Julieanne Alroe is the Chair of Infrastructure Australia, the Queensland Ballet and of ERM Power Ltd. In addition, Ms Alroe is a member of the University of Queensland Senate. She is also a Member of the Committee for Brisbane Advisory Board, the Council of Governors of the American Chamber of Commerce QLD and is the Inaugural President of the Queensland Futures Institute.
Ms Alroe retired in June 2018 from Brisbane Airport Corporation where she held the position of CEO and Managing Director since 1 July 2009. Ms Alroe has a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Queensland and was granted the Doctor of the Griffith University (honoris causa) in December 2016. She also is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a member of the Chief Executive Women.
Romilly Madew AO FTSE was appointed Chief Executive Officer, Infrastructure Australia, in early 2019 and is responsible for overseeing Infrastructure Australia’s critical role in helping governments prioritise projects and reforms that best serve our communities.
Before joining Infrastructure Australia, Ms Madew was CEO of Green Building Council of Australia for 13 years. In acknowledgment of her contribution to Australia’s sustainable building movement, Ms Madew was awarded an Order of Australia in 2019.
Robin Jackson is Infrastructure Australia’s Chief of Infrastructure Prioritisation, with responsibility for advising governments, industry and the community on the infrastructure investments needed to secure a prosperous and sustainable future.
The Infrastructure Prioritisation team oversees the evaluation of nationally significant infrastructure investment proposals and the development of the Infrastructure Priority List, providing a long-term pipeline of high-quality infrastructure investments to guide government investment.
Infrastructure Australia is the nation’s independent infrastructure advisor. We provide research and advice to governments, industry and the community on the infrastructure investments and reforms that will benefit all Australians.
We maintain the Infrastructure Priority List to ensure that public funds are directed towards projects that will deliver the best outcomes for our growing communities.
Our rigorous and independent analysis identifies infrastructure needs and opportunities, to ensure that our infrastructure funds are spent where they are needed most.