investLogan announced today that its founding Chief Executive Officer, Todd Rohl, will step down from the role at Logan City Council’s property development and investment company in January 2020.
InvestLogan Chairman Steve Greenwood, said that Todd’s decision to step down as CEO and pursue his lifelong dream to establish a farm for thoroughbred horses, has not been an easy one.
“Todd takes immense professional and personal responsibility and pride in the success of investLogan,” Mr Greenwood said.
“He has put his heart and soul into ensuring that investLogan has become one of the true success stories for the City of Logan.
“His vision, commitment and dedication to developing and establishing investLogan to become the leading model for Local Government controlled entities in Queensland has been inspirational.
“However, Todd’s passion for city-building is only equalled by his passion for thoroughbred horse breeding.”
With investLogan now out of the gates and in a winning position, Mr Rohl has turned his mind to realising one of his other life-long passions.
“His recent purchase of a property on the Darling Downs has now opened the door to him realising his dream,” Mr Greenwood said.
“The Directors of investLogan wish Todd every success in his new venture.”
Mr Rohl has brought several city-shaping projects to market for the City of Logan during his time as CEO at investLogan, including The York at Beenleigh, which is estimated to deliver $40 million to the Logan economy, create local jobs and provide direct benefits to Logan community.
Mr Rohl also initiated the acquisition of land in Marsden for a Community Housing Project, which will consist of two dwellings integrated into the neighbourhood and be delivered under the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
“He has been a strong advocate for the people of Logan and has helped bring investLogan’s vision to be a leading design-driven entity to life,” Mr Greenwood said.
Mr Rohl will remain in the role until 3 January 2020 to ensure a smooth leadership transition. Anthony Jones, currently Head of Development, will Act in the CEO role, while future strategy and recruitment options are considered by the Board.