About us

Our Board

Fiona Reynolds


Fiona Reynolds is an independent director and advisory board member working across the business and investor sectors on ESG and sustainability issues. Fiona served as the CEO of the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) for just under a decade, stepping down at the beginning of 2022.

Fiona is the Chair of the UN Global Compact Network Australia; she also serves on the Board of Frontier Advisors and the Australian Sustainable Finance Institute. She is on the Advisory Boards of Affirmative Investment Management, and ROC Partners. She chairs the ESG Advisory Board for Qualitas and is on the think tanks Climate Catalyst, and the UBS Sustainability and Impact Forum, as well as the Advisory Committee for the NSW Commissioner for Anti-Slavery and the Australian Human Rights Institute.

Fiona has 28 years’ experience in the financial services, superannuation and pension sector. She joined the PRI from the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (AIST), where she spent seven years as CEO.

Fiona was named one of the 20 most influential people in sustainability globally by Barron’s magazine and has twice been named one of Australia’s one hundred women of influence by the Australian Financial Review.

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Karen McWilliams

DIRECTOR and chair, financE risk and audit committee

Karen McWilliams is the Business Reform Leader in the Advocacy and Professional Standing team at Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand. She is responsible for shaping and influencing business reform issues of relevance to Chartered Accountants, including insolvency, corporate governance, anti-money laundering, corporations law and sustainability matters.

Karen represents CA ANZ on the Advisory Board of the Deakin Centre for Integrated Reporting and ASX Corporate Governance Council and chair of the financial committee of the Climate Measurement Standards Initiative.

With over 20 years’ experience in a variety of business and advisory roles, she started her career in the specialist field of audit and has held positions with Worley Parsons, Ernst and Young, and Deloitte in London.

She is a Fellow Chartered Accountant with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, a member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and holds a Master of Arts in Mathematical Sciences from the University of Oxford.

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Laura McManus


Laura McManus is a business and human rights practitioner with a keen interest in how companies develop and embed meaningful human rights due diligence in global supply chains.

Beginning her career in the NGO sector, Laura has worked in issues of child rights and youth participation in peacebuilding in Nepal and the Netherlands. As a researcher, she co-authored Tackling Modern Slavery in Supply Chains, a publication by the Walk Free Foundation, where she harnessed an interest in the role of business in human rights.

Transitioning to the corporate sector, Laura first worked with Konica Minolta Australia to develop and implement its Ethical Sourcing Roadmap and Human Rights Position Statement. For this work she was recognised by the Australian Institute of Management as NSW Young Leader of the Year in 2017.

Today, Laura is Human Rights Manager at Woolworths Group, where she oversees the implementation of the company’s human rights and anti-modern slavery programs.

Laura holds a Masters in Human Rights and Democratisation from the University of Sydney and is currently completing the AICD Company Directors Course.

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Howard Wigham


Howard Wigham is a Non-Executive Director and Chair of Yume and until February 2023 was a Non-Executive Director of the Banksia Foundation and Chair of its Finance, Risk and Audit Committee.  He is also the Executive Director of Navigate Business Advisory, which helps the owners, boards and CEOs of small and medium enterprises to thrive by assisting them to navigate strategic, financial, operational, organisational and personal challenges.

Prior to this, Howard enjoyed a successful corporate career as a divisional CEO and subsidiary board member in a variety of sectors, including chemicals, technology, information management and supply chain logistics. His executive career included 14 years with Brambles where his roles included President of Recall Australasia and President of Chep Asia-Pacific. Howard has lived in Australia, the United Kingdom and Germany, and worked extensively in Asia, Europe and North America.

Howard donates time and money to various sustainability causes and is an investor in early stage companies with social and environmental purposes.

Howard holds an honours degree in Chemistry and German from Aston University in the United Kingdom, has completed employer-sponsored management programmes at the London Business School and INSEAD, and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

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Anna Stewart

head of sustainability GOVERNANCE & engagement, coles group

Anna Stewart has extensive experience in corporate sustainability roles for a number of ASX listed companies, and brings deep experience in ESG reporting frameworks and stakeholder engagement. She currently serves as the Head of Sustainability Reporting and Engagement for Coles Group and was previously the Head of ESG Governance and Reporting at ANZ. There she was responsible for the bank’s external ESG disclosures (including the annual ESG Supplement), responding to external ESG assessments and supporting the bank’s key ESG governance bodies – the Board Ethics and ESG Committee and the executive Ethics and Responsible Business Committee. Prior to joining ANZ, Ms. Stewart spent nearly a decade at AGL, primarily in the regulatory affairs team where she focused on energy and climate policy, before moving into sustainability reporting and community investment. Ms Stewart was appointed as a Director of the UN Global Compact Network Australia in 2022. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) and a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) (Honours) from the University of Melbourne.   

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Susan Mizrahi


Susan Mizrahi is a senior sustainability strategist and has over 25 years’ experience working in Australia, Asia, Europe and North America on international, business sustainability and human rights issues.

Susan was one of Australia’s first Chief Sustainability Officers and is one of its best-known sustainability executives. Susan has been repeatedly named as a sustainability thought leader on the global Sustainability Top 100 list (BizClick). She is committed to leading positive, systemic change on social and environmental issues and has achieved this through working collaboratively across and within the private, government, academic and not-for-profit sectors. Susan joined Australia Post – one of Australia’s most trusted brands – in 2015 and was the business’ inaugural Chief Sustainability Officer from 2019 until mid 2023, leading the business’s science-based approach to achieve Net Zero and its advocacy of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Susan’s diverse subject matter expertise includes sustainability frameworks and theories; supply chain sustainability; modern slavery and labour rights; ESG and climate risks; diversity and inclusion; and the China-Tibet issue.

Susan holds an Honorary Fellowship within the University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Business & Economics. Since 2021, she has also served as Chair of the Australian Retailers Association’s Sustainability Advisory Committee. Between 2017 and 2020, Susan served as Chair of the London Benchmarking Group Australia and NZ (now Business for Societal Impact). Susan holds Master in International Relations & Asian Politics (UQ) and a Master of Management (Supply Chain) (UoM).

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Sunita Gloster AM


Sunita Gloster AM is a Non-Executive Director for UN Global Compact Network Australia, the principal sustainability initiative for businesses in Australia and Maurice Blackburn Lawyers. She is also an Advisor with Accenture and the Co-Chair of the Tech Council of Australia’s media and marketing committee.

She has served as an advisor to UN Women Australia and is a strong advocate for diversity and equality in Australia. She is a widely published industry commentator, a frequent keynote speaker and a panellist on ABCTV Gruen. Sunita is widely recognised for her leadership in media and marketing globally and is a Member of the Order of Australia for significant service to the media and marketing industry and gender equality. She has consistently ranked in Australia’s B&T Women in Media Power list for the last eight years and is currently ranked third.

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Robin Mellon


Robin Mellon has combined his love of the environment, passion for sustainability, experience with supply chains, and qualifications in real estate and finance to become one of Australia’s experts on sustainable supply chains. The former Chief Operating Officer of the Green Building Council of Australia, and founding CEO of Australia’s Supply Chain Sustainability School, Robin is now CEO of Better Sydney, the Project Manager for the Property Council of Australia’s Modern Slavery Working Group and Supplier Platform, and one of the International WELL Building Institute’s Global Advisory. Robin was a member of the Australian Government’s first Modern Slavery Advisory Committee and is currently Chair of Judging for the NSW Sustainability Awards and National Banksia Awards, and a member of Waverley Council’s Sustainability Expert Advisory Panel.