Board of Directors
Andrew W Scott
Andrew is CEO of O MEDIA, which owns a number of media companies in Macau. Born in Australia, Andrew moved to Hong Kong in 2005 and Macau in 2009, when he founded O MEDIA. In an eclectic career he has been an accountant, nightclub manager, sports betting business manager, educator, high stakes poker player and television commentator, journalist and publisher. He has over 30 years’ experience visiting and commentating on gaming and hospitality businesses and is now a journalist and executive with deep knowledge in the gaming and leisure sectors in Macau, the Philippines, Singapore, Japan and across Asia. Andrew was the 2014 Macau Person of the Year and is a Fellow of the Hong Kong Institute of Directors, a permanent member of the Macau Gaming Management Association and President of the Macau Taxi Passengers Association. He is a member of the International Federation of Journalists, the Portuguese and English Press Association of Macau and the Poker Tournament Directors Association. Andrew completed a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Australia in 1993 and a Master of Science (International Integrated Resort Management) with Honors at the Faculty of Business Administration at the University of Macau in 2019.
Before relocating to Macau in 2016 Sharon was the National Project Leader and Facilitator for the Australian Federal Government’s “Working Safe = Living Safe “mentoring project. This was the follow on from the Mentoring Australian Apprentices Project that Sharon facilitated in Western Australia and the Northern Territory. Both projects involved providing support and training to workplace mentors which in turn enabled them to support their workplace apprentices and trainees and to improve retention and completion of their qualifications. Prior to this, Sharon was Training and Development Manager for the Registered Training Organisation ‘CTIA’ and the Watermark Hotel Group. After many years in the Hospitality and Training arenas Sharon now provides consulting services to various organisations in Australia.
Lloyd is the current Sales Director for Aristocrat Technologies within APAC. Aristocrat is a global market leading gaming company with its Asian operations headquarter in Macau along with their manufacturing facility. Prior to his move to Macau, Lloyd was a sales manager in Australia for Aristocrat. Lloyd is passionate about the development and connection of both the Macau community and Australian business. Lloyd recently completed his MBA at UNSW in Australia.
Janet McNab is Managing Director of the 4,001-room Sheraton Grand Macao, the largest hotel in Marriott International’s global portfolio, and The St. Regis Macao. Australian-born, and of Italian descent, Janet began her career over 28 years ago in Brisbane. She has spent more than 16 of those years in Asia, working at properties throughout Thailand, China, Indonesia, and now – Macao. Throughout her career, Janet has led the openings of key hotels and is highly regarded for implementing a number of very successful Sales and Marketing strategies for properties all across Asia in a regional leadership role.