Local Government Super has appointed its third independent non-executive director as part of the fund’s recent changes to broaden its board diversity.
Experienced non-executive director and committee chair Claudia Bels has taken the spot, joining recently appointed independent chair Kyle Loades, independent director Sandi Orleow and new chief executive Phil Stockwell.
Ms Bels is said to have board experience across government, private and member-based organisations such as CBHS Corporate Health, Australia and New Zealand Recycling Platform and Australian Settlements.
Mr Loades commented Ms Bels has brought a track record in law, finance and risk management as well as broad international commercial expertise.
“She also has extensive experience in strategic leadership across a range of diverse issues including corporate turnarounds, cultural change and engagement with regulators,” Mr Loades said.
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