Steven Rothfield "is deeply committed to working in partnership with Indigenous leaders and has been personally involved in over 20 projects in Indigenous communities over the last 5 years.
"He is currently a Director of a private investment company and is on the board of Dancehouse, an innovative dance company in Victoria. Steven is also a Director of First Nations Foundation, an Indigenous based organisation that assists Indigenous Australians take better control of their finances and economic futures as part of the broader social goal of self-determination and financial independence.
"Previously he was the joint managing director of the Bryant and May Group which marketed and distributed branded consumer packaged goods in Australia and New Zealand with well-known brands such as Redheads matches, Wilkinson Sword razors, Antrid pest control and Love n Care detergents.
"Prior to that Steven held positions including the general manager of Pedersons a national office products chain, a senior management consultant at PA Consultants for over 5 years specialising in business feasibility, corporate planning and organisation reviews for both private, philanthropic and public sector organisations such as Dulux, CSIRO and Wesley Central Mission, a range of sales and technical specialist roles in the General Electric and Honeywell computer companies and a lending officer with AIFC a merchant bank.
"Steven has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Melbourne University and an MBA also from Melbourne University where he graduated with distinction and the prize in Financial Management." 
- Director, Indigenous Enterprise Partnership
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- Steven Rothfield, Indigenous Enterprise Partnership, accessed March 6, 2008.