Elizabeth’s background incorporates both the private and public sectors. She has worked in senior executive positions for IBM and Macquarie Group and within senior levels of politics and government in NSW, WA, PNG and the USA.
Elizabeth is a full time non-executive Director with a board portfolio covering Government, Private, Education and Not-For-Profit organizations in both Western Australia and NSW. Her focus is to maximize the inter-dependence of the private and public sectors.
She chairs the South Metropolitan Tafe (WA), St Mary’s Anglican Girls School (WA), St Catherine’s Aged Care Services (NSW), the icare Foundation, and the Department of Family and Community Services Audit and Risk Committee (NSW).
She is a Member of The Environmental Protection Authority (WA), Director of icare (NSW), and Vice-Chair of the Kokoda Track Foundation; plus the audit and risk committees for Urban Growth Development Corporation (NSW) and the Murrumbidgee Local Health District and Vice President for the Harvard Club of Australia.
In the 2017 Queens Birthday Honours she was recognized as a recipient of the Order of Australia (AM) “for significant service to the community through voluntary contributions to the health, aged care, education and social services sectors.”
Elizabeth holds a BA (Hons) from UWA, a Master's Degree from Harvard University and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.