Rohan Fisher served in the Australian Regular Army for 13 years as a Combat Engineering Officer. Born in Hobart, Tasmania, he joined the Army through the Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA) studying a Bachelor of Arts, Majoring in History and Politics. After commissioning from the Royal Military College-Duntroon (RMC-D), he was allocated to the Royal Australian Engineers. In his career he has completed command roles in Darwin, a variety of training and instructional roles at both the School of Military Engineering (SME) and RMC-D, and Staff roles within Headquarters Forces Command and Army Knowledge Centre.

Rohan also completed an operational deployment to Iraq embedded with a United States Task Force. Working as the Protection Officer, his primary role was to work on countering improvised threats and planning defensive operations. Rohan completed his time with Army at Headquarters Second Division working within personnel policy, recruitment and retention. 

Rohan has furthered his education with a Masters of Business and intends to complete further courses relating to Change Management in the future.  

Rohan is keen to represent JY Australia in CASG while developing as a Project and Program Manager. It is an exciting time to be involved in the various domains of CASG, with numerous programs underway to deliver world-class capability for the Australian Defence Force. JY Australia takes an active role in the professional development of consultants and Rohan has shown a desire to continually upskill through courses, study and professional associations in the future.