Julieanne Alroe is a professional director, chair and senior executive and an Australian aviation industry leader of over 40 years’ experience. Ms Alroe was CEO of Brisbane Airport Corporation from 2009 to 2018 where she planned the $1.3 billion development of Brisbane's parallel runway.
Ms Alroe is the current Chair of Queensland Ballet. In addition, she is a member of the University of Queensland Senate and a Board member of BESIX Watpac and Gardior Pty Ltd. Ms Alroe is also a Member of the Committee for Brisbane Advisory Board, the inaugural President of the Queensland Futures Institute (QFI) and a Member of the Queensland Thoroughbred Advisory Panel.
Previous directorships include Chair of Infrastructure Australia, Chair of ERM Power Ltd (acquired by Shell Energy Australia Pty Ltd), Airports Coordination Australia and Australia Trade Coast, and Deputy Chair of Tourism and Events Queensland.
An economics graduate from the University of Queensland, Ms Alroe received an honorary doctorate from Griffith University in 2016 for her outstanding contribution to the aviation industry. She is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a Fellow of the Queensland Academy of Arts and Sciences, and a member of Chief Executive Women.
Ms Alroe joined the Board in June 2021, and is a member of the Technical Markets and Systems Committee and Finance, Risk and Audit Committee.