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CEW welcomes new President Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz

   
CEW welcomes new President Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz

Chief Executive Women (CEW) is pleased to announce that Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz has been appointed President of Chief Executive Women. The appointment was confirmed by the CEW Board at the CEW Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 15 November.

Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz, who is CEW’s 19th President, brings significant experience, most recently as CEO & Managing Director of Mirvac.

Lloyd-Hurwitz said: “CEW has a long advocated a world where men and women have equal social and economic choices and responsibilities. I am proud to be elected as CEW’s next President and the opportunity to advance CEW’s agenda during this critical moment in time.”

“CEW has evolved from 16 trailblazing founding members to more than 1,000 women leaders representing different sectors and communities from around the country. I’d like to thank Sam Mostyn and all past-Presidents for their persistent advocacy and leadership over the years.”

“I’ve seen first-hand the power that can be unleashed when diversity of thought is focused on leaving the world a better place than when we found it. I look forward to working with CEW members to create a place where all members, new and long-standing, can feel like they belong. And together, we can drive change that benefits all women in Australia,” Lloyd-Hurwitz said.

Lloyd-Hurwitz is a highly experienced executive whose career spans more than 30 years’ experience in Australia, Europe and the USA. She is currently CEO & Managing Director of Mirvac, an ASX listed leading property group.

Under Lloyd-Hurwitz’s leadership, Mirvac has made significant achievements in diversity and inclusion. Mirvac is currently ranked #1 in the world by Equileap for gender equality and has had a zero like-for-like pay gap for the last seven years.


Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz will be CEW’s nineteenth President, following a distinguished group of Australian leaders: Barbara Cail AO, Imelda Roche AO, Ita Buttrose AC OBE, Wendy McCarthy AO, Helen Lynch AM, Sandra Yates AO, The Hon. Annabelle Bennett AC SC, Karen Wilson, Diane Grady AO, Jillian Broadbent AC, Catherine Livingstone AO, Naseema Sparks AM, Belinda Hutchinson AC, Christine Christian AO, Diane Smith-Gander AO, Kathryn Fagg AO, Sue Morphet and Sam Mostyn AO.

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