The Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia has appointed two new independent directors.
Leisel Moorhead and Alison Row join David Singleton (chair), Mark Rogers (deputy chair), Russell Cuttler, Menno Henneveld, Jayne Whitney, Dale Connor, David Kinniburgh, Craig Tucker and Marko Misko; taking the total number of directors to 11.
Mr Moorhead is a partner at QIC Global Infrastructure, responsible for the company’s global transport sector. She has board experience at Powerco Limited, Queensland Motorways Limited, QML group companies and companies in the NorthWestern Roads Group.
Ms Rowe is the global executive director of Fujitsu Limited. She a non-executive director at the Future Business Council and BioRegional Australia; and has previously been a non-executive director at Environment Victoria and One in Five.
Chair David Singleton said he was delighted to welcome the new members.
“It is a sign of the maturity and success of our organisation that we are able to attract board members of their calibre and experience,” Mr Singleton said. “Both Alison Rowe and Leisel Moorhead are experienced corporate leaders with international experience as well as strong Australian engagement.
“As a long-term champion of gender equality in leadership, I am particularly pleased that their appointment brings the proportion of females on ISCA’s board back to 27 per cent.”