Eileen Camilleri
Chief Executive Officer

Eileen Camilleri is the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Copyright Council. 
After practising in intellectual property, Eileen moved inhouse to APRA AMCOS. She has since taught and consulted in, intellectual property most recently at the College of Law where she spent almost 20 years writing, lecturing and working on course design. Most recently, Eileen was the Assistant Director of Practitioner Education, running the College’s Masters program.
A former occasional legal officer at the ACC, Eileen is a professional actor with a Masters in Fine Arts (QUT).

Mary Saywell
Lawyer

Mary is a lawyer with the Australian Copyright Council. She has many years' experience as a commercial lawyer practising in intellectual property, information technology and life sciences. She has a particular interest in copyright and a passion for writing. Mary has been involved in a variety of legaltech initiatives and is fascinated by the way that innovation can shape our future. Mary has a Master of Laws (IP/IT) from Fordham University in New York. She is a registered Trade Mark Attorney and a member of the Governance Institute of Australia Ltd and NSW Society for Computers and the Law.





Rebecca Marchant
Business Manager







Frances Coyne
Lawyer


Rebecca is the Business Manager for the Australian Copyright Council. She spent many years in Account Management, Business Development and Marketing, before studying a Bachelor of Behavioural Studies (Psychology/Sociology) at Swinburne University of Technology, and moving into the NFP sector. Having a passion for the arts, most particularly in furniture design and interior architecture, she has completed studies in Furniture Restoration and Design at Sydney College. 

Frances Coyne is a Lawyer at the Australian Copyright Council. She holds a bachelor of Global Studies and after studying in Verona, Italy, Frances worked pro bono in criminal law for homeless youth and immigration law, for which she has appeared in Lawyers Weekly. A demonstrated speaker, Frances’s strong passion for community extends to her work as a volunteer lifesaver, which she has participated in for more than ten years.


Paris Gavenlock
Administrative Officer

Paris Gavenlock is an Administrative Officer for the Australian Copyright Council. She is currently studying a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Business at the University of Technology, Sydney. Paris was drawn to join the NFP sector through her passion for helping others. She enjoys participating in Model United Nations Conferences and volunteering with various university societies. In February 2019 she attended the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations at Harvard University in Cambridge, expanding her interest in and knowledge of human rights and international law.