GGJC Pty Ltd runs two security services, MyCard Protector & Send and Shred. These provide essential security services for the community. They are run as social enterprises, donating a percentage of sales to charity. GGJC formed in 2017 and commenced trading in 2018.

MyCard Protetor Team. From left to right, Graham Mannall, Jo Clay and Tiny Srejic

From left to right, Graham Mannall, Jo Clay and Tiny Srejic

MyCard Protector Management


Director, Goran (Tiny) Srejic, is an international businessman and entrepreneur. He has founded over a dozen successful Australian companies including Canberra icon, The Green Shed, which has made more than 60 million sales. Tiny is currently building a theme park to help out the kids back home in Serbia.

Director, Jo Clay, is a lawyer by training and a writer in practice. She has two decades of experience in communications and a decade in sustainability. She is writing a book about carbon footprints.

Partner and recycling expert, Graham Mannall, has over three decades of experience in waste management and helped establish Canberra as the lead recycler in the country. When he left government, he came up with the idea for Send and Shred, because he hated the idea of sending home-shredded paper to landfill. He later developed MyCard Protector after he fell victim to credit card fraud.

MyCard Protector Board Members


Board member, Elaine Stanford, has over three decades of experience in media and business administration. She has worked in the public and private sectors and is a founding member of The Green Shed.

Board member, Sandie Parkes, is a social enterprise guru and founding member of The Green Shed. She is passionate about social inclusion, job creation and building sustainable industries.

Tiny, Elaine and Sandie sit together on the Green Shed charity board. They are delighted to have donated over $640,000 so far and aim to reach $1 million.

The Green Shed Donation. From left to right, Elaine Stanford, OzHarvest Canberra Manager Dave Burnet and Sandie Parkes

From left to right, Elaine Stanford, OzHarvest Canberra Manager Dave Burnet and Sandie Parkes