The board of EnergyAustralia is now gender balanced, following the appointments of Marina Go and Rebecca Dee-Bradbury as non-executive directors.
The appointments mean the board is now made of ten people, with half being female.
Marina is currently Chair of the Wests Tigers and Office Brands, and a director with Autosports, the digital start-up Daily Siren and the Walkley Foundation. A former media executive, she’s also the founding publisher of Women’s Agenda and sits on our advisory board.
Rebecca is a non-executive director of GrainCorp and BlueScope Steel. She’s a former President with Mondelēz (Kraft/Cadbury) and Chief Executive of Barbeques Galore.
Chairman Graham Bradley said in a statement that the two new directors would bring a range of insights and experience to the board, including across media, marketing, tech, retail and charitable work. “Their appointments reflect the calibre of the people we’re attracting to EnergyAustralia as we transform the company into a customer-focussed, world-class electricity and gas retailer,” he said.
Other women on the EnergyAustralia Holdings board include Catherine Tanna, Christine O’Reilly and Jane McAloon.
— EnergyAustralia (@EnergyAustralia) May 1, 2017