Our People

Our Board

investLogan is governed by an independent Board. No elected officials sit on the Board.

Our Board can have up to six Directors and they play an important role in setting the strategic direction for investLogan, consistent with the objects of the constitution, including the annual budget, strategic projects and major financial decisions.

All Board members are ratified by the Shareholder and are limited to a maximum term of six years to ensure renewal, refreshment and revitalisation of the Board and investLogan’s direction.

Our Team

Our team is led by CEO, Medy Hassan. Each individual member is an integral cog of the investLogan wheel, all supporting and driving the achievement of our vision. 

The team objectives are to:

  1. ensure that we have the right people, with the right skills, in the right jobs, at the right time;
  2. ensure a strong focus on achieving excellence in outcome delivery; 
  3. focus on outstanding service to our Shareholder and customers;
  4. have a motivated, well-informed leadership team; 
  5. provide learning and development opportunities for all in the best interests of investLogan. 

Steve Greenwood


Annabelle Pegrum | AM


Craig Newnham


Medy Hassan


Steve Greenwood


A passionate leader and advocate for a better Queensland, Steve has extensive leadership experience across a multitude of industries, including advising and managing city councils and leading complex public policy reforms.

In recent years, he played a significant role in the reform and return of Ipswich City Council to elected representation, as Interim Management Committee member, Administrator and then Advisor.

He co-founded and now leads the Queensland Futures Institute, an independent and respected voice, working alongside government to facilitate positive and accelerated change for all Queenslanders.

Steve had previously been Chief Executive of Australian Canegrowers, where he led landmark reforms to the sugar industry’s productivity and environmental programs. Whilst Queensland Head of the Property Council of Australia, he steered one of Queensland’s most influential industry bodies through the Global Financial Crisis, and successfully countered attempts to increase the industry’s tax burden. He has held management and advisory positions with the Local Government Association of Queensland, engaging heavily in Local, State and Federal Government policy reform.

Steve’s career is built on the continuous improvement of organisations, with a proven history of implementing strategic transformation in the organisations he has lead.

As Chair, Steve’s vision is to build investLogan as Queensland’s leading Local Government beneficial enterprise, delivering significant value and returns for Logan City Council.