ICON in your region

ICON operates via a series of local chapters across Australia, New Zealand and Asia.

Each chapter coordinates a series of local events and thought leadership activities which are specifically relevant to that region but which also leverages the insights and learnings of other regions.

These committees comprise of volunteer members and exist to support the delivery of services to members, specifically events, local thought leadership and news, regional conferences and corporate engagement.

Become a Committee Member

Becoming a member of a regional committee provides individual members with the opportunity to expand their professional network at the highest level, gain recognition as an industry leader and contribute to the broader strategic direction of the ICON organisation.

Each committee has approximately 7-10 members and is managed by a Chair, sometimes with a co-Chair and Secretary. Committees are supported by the General Manager and Secretariat in the delivery of local activities.

Regional Committee members can go on to join the National Board of ICON.

To express your interest in joining a Regional Committee, contact the Committee Chair.


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VICTORIA

NEW SOUTH WALES

QUEENSLAND

Fleur Cameron (Chair) 
Herbert Smith Freehills

Luke Wilson (Chair)
Deloitte

Barbara Haines (Chair)
Endeavour Foundation

Caitlin Chambers
MinterEllison
Simon Alperstein
Deloitte

Erin Bray
Law in Order

Kate Fisher (Vice Chair)
Wrays

Naomi Barber (on leave)
DLA Piper

Samantha Cumiskey
HWL Ebsworth

Anne Hallam
PwC

Rory Coyle
Gilbert + Tobin

Kate Chaundy
McCullough Robertson
Jessica Kelly
Arup

Vicky Doneska
Barry.Nillson. Lawyers

Holly Dixon
HLB Mann Judd
Hannah Phillips
Allens
Laurien Drury
Ashurst
Bronwyn Eynon-Lewis
Minter Ellison
Sarah Ristrom
BDO
Alana Grasso 
Allens

Brigitte Fernandes
Aurecon
Luana Spadafora
Phillips Ormonde Fitzpatrick
Nichole McLachlan
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Lucy Griffin (on leave)
FTI Consulting
Sharne Thomas
GHD
Jacqueline Riley (on leave)
EY

Naomi Lynn
BDO
Richard Turei
Corrs
Rupa Sivarajah
Corrs Chambers Westgarth 
Jocelyn Mackenzie-Ross
MSI Taylor
Hannah Shillson
King & Wood Mallesons
Julia Williams
King & Wood Mallesons
Fiona Mullett
Grant Thornton

Jo Wood
Macquarie
Amba Sharpe (Vice Chair)
Clayton Utz
  Jemma Stock
EY



Western Australia

South Australia 

New Zealand 

Christa Queern (Chair)
King & Wood Mallesons
Olwin Cole (Chair)
Hood Sweeney
Kirsten Hodgson (Chair)
Kaleidoscope Marketing (Auckland)
Bridget Beatson
Watermark
Stephanie Collins
KPMG
Paul Cottingham
KPMG (Auckland)
Charlotte Chapman
RPS
Lucy Damin
Elders
Hannah Doney
Wynn Williams (Christchurch)
Debbie Cowlishaw
AECOM
Ashleigh Falconer-Edwards
Finlaysons
Julie Harp-Johnson
Boffa Miskell (Auckland)
Zoe De Reus
Brand One
Sharryn Fensom
MinterEllison
Liz Le Prou
Crowe Horwath (Wellington)
Paul Lemon
Performance Leader
Stephanie McConachy
PwC
Bridget Papa
Beca (Auckland)
Catriona McNee
PwC
Kristy Rewell
 

HONG KONG

SINGAPORE

SHANGHAI 

Grace Lau (Chair)
PwC
Karen Brown (Chair)
Deloitte
Lynsey Willenberg (Chair)
PwC
Gaby Brandon-King
RPC
Bea Seilern (Vice Chair)
Giles Publications
Linda Guo
Finnegan
Chris Cowley
KPMG
Eva Hildebrand (Vice Chair)
Jones Lang LaSalle
Sally Hong
Linklaters LLP
Belinda Esterhammer
Springboard Group
Annabel Bowen
Pinsent Masons
Joy Kot
Clyde & Co
Andrew Gerrard
FTI
Olivia Collings
Clyde & Co


Dan Healy
CBRE
Chui Mei Goh
Hogan Lovells
 
Boie Ho
Stephenson Harwood
Regina Kennedy
JLL

Tamara Kirshbaum
Maples and Calder
Cheryl Lee
Norton Rose Fulbright
 
Gemma Lau
KPMG
Katina Mac Suibhne
Baker & McKenzie

Jeannie Leung
King & Wood Mallesons

Rachel McCartney
JLL

Treena Nairne
EY
Priyanka Nadkarni
Westpac

Anthony Nichola
White & Case

Eileen Tan
CBRE

Bronwen Smith
Penelope Thomas
Ashurst

 
Alex Tangkilisan
Fitzgerald Lawyers

Felicity Warren
Hogan Lovells



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