Introducing Our New Team Members

Marc van Hoof, Chief Operating Officer

Marc started in the internet industry straight from high school where his part-time job saw him developing virtual hosting systems for a local ISP, he also worked with Silicon Graphics and Ascend Communications to help build a cutting edge internet provider network. During the late 1990s and early 2000s, Marc started the first Internet Data Center in Australia, built content networks across Asia and pioneered some of the most prominent webcasts in the country. In 2001, Marc met Bill Tai and joined his data center design team at iAsiaWorks, building Data Center facilities and a pan-Asia transit network throughout Hong Kong, Korea, Taiwan and Australia. He has also worked at Cisco as a Product Manager and an advisor to several startup companies.

Mili Wijeratne, UX Developer

Mili is responsible for UX and front-end development at Power Ledger. He was previously working as a UX Developer at BHP Billiton in Perth, where he successfully delivered various UX future states and front-end development projects. Mili also has 16 years experience in professional photography, video production and audio production. He’s held design, experience and digital roles at Vocus Communications, Leap Training and St Catherine’s School. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Systems from Curtin University of Technology in Perth.

Yung Yum Ang, Senior Software Engineer

Yung has over 20 years experience in software development, starting in the semiconductor industry before moving to web and application development in the telecommunication industry. Prior to joining Power Ledger, he spent 7 years at iiNet as a Senior Developer working on their provisioning, service inventory and CRM systems. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics from the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.

Anya Nova, Commercial

Anya Nova is a commercial professional raised in Russia and the United States, currently living in Australia. For over a decade she has had the privilege of working internationally in a variety of commercial roles with companies such as Shell, Rio Tinto and Merrill Lynch. She led teams to improve commercial outcomes in business to business negotiations and delivered a one billion dollar contract. She has a commercial responsibility at Power Ledger where she is spending most of her time optimising revenue models in the context of a tokenised economy.

Sarah Graham, Analyst

Sarah joins Power Ledger as an analyst, having previously worked as a research assistant at the Office of Senator Scott Ludlam. In this role, she undertook research and data analysis for policy initiatives that covered a range of issues including energy, housing, climate, innovation and advanced manufacturing. She holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) and a Bachelor of Arts (Politics and International Studies) from Murdoch University.

Lindsay Dick, General Counsel

Lindsay joins Power Ledger from Allens Linklaters, where he was an Associate in the firm’s Banking and Finance practice. Lindsay specialises in unconventional fundraising, high-growth companies, and project finance. He holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) and a Bachelor of Science (Chemistry) from the University of Western Australia.

Marie Stergiou, Executive Assistant

Marie works as Executive Assistant to the Managing Director and Chair and provides office administrative support to the company ensuring the daily running of the business is efficient and effective. Marie has over 25 years experience working within the oil and gas industry as Executive Assistant to Managing Directors and assisting the Board of Directors. Marie moved to Sydney about six years ago and set up an additional office for a small Perth based oil and gas company in North Sydney. During Marie’s career she has worked in all aspects of the organisation including accounts, website updates, Company Secretarial support, drilling operational support and office administration.

Jong-won Choi, Principal Software Architect

With more than 20 years of commercial experience in the software industry, Jong-won has worked at LG Semicon, SKC&C, Motorola, Memetrics, Accenture, GoCatch, and a couple of startups. He is a Lisp programmer with Common Lisp and Clojure experience. His current interests are functional programming, SW development process, automation, microservices, SW architecture, machine learning, and CI/CD.