Board of Trustees - Stuart Page

Stuart Page

Stuart Page’s core experience comes from his time as a Senior Executive and Security Expert in International Affairs and Engagement in the Diplomatic Service, Australian Intelligence, served in the Australian and British Military and the United Nations. Stuart held senior positions in the Diplomatic Service (the Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade [Australia] both Domestic and International, Department of Defence, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, and the Board of Trustees for UNICRI (UN).

Having extensive in-country experience in Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Indonesia, China, Libya, and North Africa, Stuart’s last senior diplomatic post was Assistant Secretary Diplomatic Security Branch where Stuart was responsible for the security and safety of the Australian Diplomatic Corps overseas, including 7,000 personnel; AUD 3 billion in assets (Embassies, buildings, equipment, vehicles); and classified and top-secret information in over 100 countries. Stuart was an International Executive in an oversight committee of Technical Security Counter Measures (TSCM) and Cyber Security. A contributor and founding partner of the Private Security Companies charter International Code of Conduct for Private Security Providers.

As Founder and CEO of Enigma Alliance, Stuart is constantly expanding the brand, which evolved into a portfolio called Enigma Alliance Services: which includes NapCap (modular accommodation), WaterCap (modular water purification systems), and GymCap (modular gyms).

Stuart was a pioneer in the field of sports integrity by being the first Director of International Cooperation and Anti-Corruption Policy Development in Sport Integrity in Paris, located at the UNESCO HQ. Stuart sits on several boards which he supports; Bath City Football Club; Was for over ten years and on rotation the first Vice President of the Board of Trustees to UNICRI (UN) since 2009 and now a member of a group of friends.

As an ethical and altruistic leader, Stuart proudly serves as Vice-Chair of the International Advisory Board for MAiSI for MAiSI (the first-ever Masters in Sports Ethics and Integrity at 6 European Universities and a lecturer and Research Fellow) {}, and supports several philanthropic foundations, from PTSD to a street kids’ charity in Tanzania. With corporate social responsibility and giving back’ a primary mandate in all of his business ventures, Stuart serves as a long-time board member of the Cheka Sana Foundation, which supports vulnerable and impoverished children in Mwanza, Tanzania, including access to a sports academy. One of his most cherished experiences has been going to Manzana in Tanzania and supporting street children. 

Stuart is a prolific reader and enjoys delving into new technologies, start-ups, ideas, and developments in innovation across the board.