IBAC’s Commissioner is an independent officer of Parliament and is responsible for our strategic leadership.
The Honourable Robert Redlich QC commenced a five year term as IBAC Commissioner on 1 January 2018.
Commissioner Redlich was a judge of the Supreme Court of Victoria for 15 years, including 11 years as a Victorian Court of Appeal Judge. He was previously a member of the Victorian Bar for some 30 years and served for a period as Chairman of the Victorian Bar Council. His significant achievements in legal practice were recognised with his appointment as Queen’s Counsel in 1984.
Commissioner Redlich brings extensive experience to IBAC, including the investigation of corrupt practices within the public service and the police. He has successfully prosecuted and defended cases involving corrupt practices.
Chief Executive Officer
Our Chief Executive Officer is responsible for the general conduct and the effective, efficient and economical management of the functions and activities of IBAC.
Marlo Baragwanath joined IBAC in January 2020. Ms Baragwanath was previously the Victorian Government Solicitor with responsibility for leading the Victorian Government Solicitor's Office. She commenced her public sector career at the Victorian Ombudsman and subsequently held senior roles at WorkSafe and the Victorian Building Authority.
Ms Baragwanath holds a Law (Honours)/Arts degree, and a Masters in Public Administration and Public Policy.
IBAC's Deputy Commissioners assist the Commissioner, performing duties and functions under the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission Act 2011.
Katie Miller joined IBAC in August 2018 as Deputy Commissioner focused on independent oversight of Victoria Police.
Deputy Commissioner Miller is a Law Institute of Victoria accredited specialist in administrative law. She understands how law, policy and culture combine to influence individual conduct and public sector outcomes. Before joining IBAC, Ms Miller was Executive Director, Legal Practice at Victoria Legal Aid and is a past president of the Law Institute of Victoria.
David Wolf joined IBAC in January 2020 as Deputy Commissioner focused on independent oversight of Victoria’s public sector.
Deputy Commissioner Wolf has a broad range of skills, expertise and deep understanding of regulatory, integrity, communication, public sector and council administration matters. Mr Wolf was formerly Victoria's Chief Municipal Inspector and head of the Local Government Inspectorate. He has also worked at the Victorian Building Authority.