9 lessons from CFOs who lead
High-powered roles in the UK and Australia have enabled Samantha Drury CPA to bring a wide range of skills to the not-for-profit area of aged care and social housing.
Three decades of working in government has taught Greg Stenton CPA that you might not make a fortune in public service but you will make a difference.
Taking a deep dive into the numbers is a not-so-secret passion for Bausch & Lomb's Charles Yang FCPA, and he finds real joy in sharing the stories that those numbers tell.
A strong background in business strategy has given Andrew Townend CPA the skills to drive big change at PepsiCo’s snack food and beverages business.
From crunching the numbers for toll roads to helping ensure the success of the precinct around the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Annuar Marzuki Abdul Aziz’s financial nous and people skills have stood him in good stead.
Rachael Cox CPA strives to excel as CFO at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House, where she balances the requirements of preserving a heritage building with providing vibrant experiences for visitors.
Geosynthetics are materials that stabilise terrain and hold big engineering projects together. Dennis Grech FCPA performs much the same function at an Australian company that’s playing in the big league.
Working for statutory bodies requires a certain passion for public service and the skill to harness team synergies to achieve the best possible results. Noorida Baharuddin brings all that and more to her role as CFO with Malaysia Deposit Insurance Corporation.
From corporate banking to the tax department and now CFO of one of New Zealand’s major retirement village companies, Scott Scoullar’s career has been all about taking on new challenges.
Variety WA has a mission “to empower Western Australian children who are sick, disadvantaged or have special needs to live, laugh and learn”. For CFO Max Meikle it’s less of a job and more of a calling.
How do you make the move?