Our Board is made up of widely recognised and highly respected industry leaders – all of whom are dedicated to advancing the sustainability of the built environment.
Under the terms of our robust constitution, directorship is open to all qualified candidates. One third of the board spills annually and nominations for positions are sought from all of our members. Each member has one vote, giving members an equal voice.
Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz was appointed Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director in August 2012 and a Director of Mirvac Board in November 2012.
Prior to this appointment, Susan was Managing Director at LaSalle Investment Management. Susan has also held senior executive positions at MGPA, Macquarie Group and Lend Lease Corporation, working in Australia, the US and Europe.
Susan is the Immediate Past President of the Property Council of Australia, Chair of the Green Building Council of Australia, a member of the NSW Public Service Commission Advisory Board, President of INSEAD Australasian Council, a member of the INSEAD Global Board and Director of the Business Council of Australia.
Adrian Pozzo is the Chief Executive Officer of Cbus Property Pty Ltd, having been appointed to this role in 2007. Prior to this, he spent five years with the company as Chief Financial Officer. Adrian has over 30 years’ experience as an executive in the property and construction industries, working in both private and public companies, both in Australia and overseas. Adrian is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Australian Society of Certified Practising Accountants. He is also a member of the Property Council of Australia (Victorian Division) and was previously a past Vice-President.
Tanya Cox is a non-executive director of various ASX listed and unlisted boards. She was formerly Chief Operating Officer of DEXUS Property Group for 11 years.
Tanya holds an MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management, a Diploma in Applied Corporate Governance and is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
With a background in law and regional economic development, Nicole works with Government and the private sector to develop long-term infrastructure plans to secure the future prosperity and livability of our cities and regions.
Nicole is the Deputy Chair of Infrastructure WA, and the Independent Chair of the Westport Taskforce charged with planning the infrastructure to drive the freight future of Western Australia's South West for the next 50 years and beyond.
She is also the Chair of the Freight and Logistics Council and a Board member of the Water Corporation. Nicole chairs MNG and the Sienna Wood Joint Venture.
Wayne Manners was appointed to the role of President and CEO Boral Australia in March 2019 and prior to this appointment was Executive General Manager WA/NT and led Boral’s Building Products in Australia and Boral’s Major Projects Office with overlay responsibility for Boral Australia’s Transformation & Innovation group.
Wayne has significant experience in industrial companies including as Chief Executive Officer of Gemco Rail and Fleetwood Pty Ltd and is also a member of the Council for Cement Concrete and Aggregates Australia (CCAA).
Josh was appointed Group Executive for Lendlease in April 2019 with responsibilities across Lendlease Group’s strategic initiatives.
Josh was previously the Managing Director, Investment Management for Lendlease from May 2016 with responsibility for managing Lendlease’s Investment Management and Retail platform. Prior to that, Josh was the Chief Operating Officer for Lendlease’s Property Business in Australia. Josh has significant international experience in real estate and infrastructure investment, ownership and operations, including managing complex capital investment and restructuring projects gained from senior positions at Macquarie Group.
Ken Morrison is the Chief Executive of the Property Council of Australia, the national representative of the property industry, an industry that is the nation’s largest single industry and employs 1.4 million Australians, more than mining and manufacturing combined.
Anna has led ClimateWorks since its inception in 2009, guiding ClimateWorks’ independent research and advisory work analysing emissions reduction opportunities and partnering with government and business to unblock barriers to implementation. She brings considerable private and public sector knowledge to the role as an experienced non-executive director, investment banker, policy advisor and lawyer. Anna has held board roles for two decades in conjunction with her executive career. She is currently also a Director of the Centre for New Energy Technologies, and the Sustainable Melbourne Fund. Anna was an inaugural director of Australia's green investment bank, the Clean Energy Finance Corporation, for its first five years, and an inaugural director of the Carbon Market Institute.
Josephine is a professional company director who works across a range of industries, including property, construction, finance, sport, the arts, medical research and social services. She is Co-Owner and Principal of Buildcorp and serves on a number of private, public, government and not-for-profit boards, including Growthpoint Properties Australia, The Washington H. Soul Pattinson and Company Limited, Opera Australia, Centenary Institute of Medical Research, Melbourne University Infrastructure Advisory Board, the Australian Museum Trust, the Property Council of Australia and the Buildcorp Foundation.
She is President of Australian Women’s Rugby and through Buildcorp has been a major sponsor of rugby in Australia for nearly 30 years.
Josephine is a Fellow of the University of Sydney, and in 2017 she was recognised for her services to the community, the arts and sports in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
After 5 years leading Stockland’s Residential business, in August 2018 Andrew Whitson was appointed Group Executive and CEO of Stockland Communities – a combined Retirement Living and Residential business. Andrew joined Stockland in 2008. He has an extensive background in residential property development and investment both in Australia and overseas. Andrew is currently President of the Residential Development Council of Australia, and a Board Director of the Property Council of Australia. Andrew holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering from the University of Adelaide.