ISCA congratulates Romilly Madew on her newest appointment as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Infrastructure Australia (IA)
ISCA welcomes the appointment of Romilly Madew to Infrastructure Australia (IA).
Romilly has led the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) since 2006 and throughout her 13 years with GBCA has been a driving force behind Australia’s sustainable building movement. A movement that has changed the shape of buildings, precincts and cities. Her leadership has seen GBCA build a global reputation as an influential advocate and change agent, and become a trusted advisor to government.
IA has a critical role as independent advisor to government, prioritising projects and reforms that serve our communities.
“Romilly’s energetic determination has seen her drive more sustainable built environment outcomes across Australia. We look forward to seeing her impact expand even wider in this new role.” Ainsley Simpson, CEO ISCA.
“We thank Romilly for her support, beginning in our formative years and continuing today; readily sharing experiences and opportunities.”
ISCA is the peak industry body advancing and evaluating the sustainability of Australia’s infrastructure. The IS rating scheme quantifies the benefits of infrastructure investment; a valuable tool in supporting greater transparency and accountability in infrastructure decision-making. ISCA has rated over $125 billion worth of infrastructure spanning 96 different assets in Australia including the majority of nationally significant investments assessed by IA.
“With her leadership, passion and inclusive approach Romilly will certainly excel in stewarding practical integrated outcomes that deliver for our communities and the environment. We wish her every success.” Alison Rowe, ISCA Board Chair and CEO Moreland Energy Foundation.