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 four years to ensure renewal, refreshment and revitalisation of the Board and investLogan’s direction.
There are currently four Directors, including:
Each individual member is an integral cog of the investLogan wheel, all supporting and driving the achievement of our vision.
We acknowledge that team culture drives behaviours and ultimately the experience of the customer. In recognising that the culture of our team is fundamental to our success, we have made the conscious decision for corporate culture to be an important part of discussions at each and every Board meeting.
Our team is motivated to achieve our Shareholder’s goals and we believe that we are doing something worthwhile and making a difference to the community and the City of Logan.
The team objectives are to:
Our organisational structure is aligned to our statutory and constitutional responsibilities. To support these responsibilities our structure includes a Chief Executive Officer, Company Secretary, Head of Development, Head of Finance, Head of Governance & Stakeholder Engagement, Development Manager and Administration Officer and relies on external consultants for inputs.
Steve currently sits on the Interim Management Committee at Ipswich City Council.
He founded and is currently Chief Executive of the Queensland Futures Institute; a unique partnership of academic, business, community and social services, government, industry and research organisations that seek faster economic and community growth through collaborative public policy reform.
Prior to this, as Chief Executive of Australian Canegrowers, he led landmark reforms to the sugar industry’s environmental and productivity research programs. As Queensland Head of the Property Council of Australia, he was able to indulge in his great passion for property, planning and development. He has also held management positions with the Local Government Association of Queensland; heavily engaged in Local, State and Federal Government policy reform.
Steve has successfully led complex public policy reform initiatives; has extensive experience as a media spokesperson and regularly provides comment on current public policy issues.
His years of experience across a multitude of industries has allowed him to build extensive professional networks throughout various sectors, public and private.
Steve’s career is built on the continuous improvement of organisations, with a proven history of implementing strategic transformation in the organisations he had lead.