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Networking Lunch: Women in Leadership


Tuesday, 29 March 2022
12:15pm to 2:00pm

Level 24, 215 Adelaide Street

CPD Hours


Cost (Inc GST)

$88.00 Member
$99.00 Subscriber
$110.00 Non-member

Four dimensions of infrastructure sustainability

Infrastructure sustainability is imperative for operation, equity, resilience, recovery, and growth in a challenging environment. 

The latest in our Women in Leadership series, this special briefing will see Australia’s infrastructure and sustainability leaders discuss the contexts in which our infrastructure systems live and operate. 

Join us to unpack the urgent issues that are challenging the sustainability of our infrastructure systems. How do we need to change our thinking, design and strategy to deliver sustainable, equitable, efficient and accessible infrastructure?

What is in it for you?

Our expert panel will examine:

  • The four dimensions of sustainability — Economic and financial, social, environmental and institutional.
  • Australia’s social challenge — equity, ageing, health, community.
  • Aligning economic and development strategies with resource, skilling, and mobilisation.
  • The spotlight on National critical infrastructure
  • Australia’s climate challenge and the task for mitigation, transition and innovation

Who should attend? 

  • Directors
  • Non-executive Directors
  • Chief Executive Officers
  • Chief Financial Officers
  • Governance and risk management professionals
  • Retired members
  • Government/Public sector professionals
  • Non-Government organisations


Emma Roberts, EGM Future Energy (Acting), CS Energy 

As the Acting Executive General Manager of Future Energy at CS Energy, Emma leads CS Energy’s Future Energy division, which is spearheading the development of a new low-cost, decarbonised and flexible energy portfolio to meet our customers’ needs. This includes investments in renewable energy offtakes, renewable hydrogen and potentially batteries and other energy technologies. Where possible, these investments will be located near our existing power stations, so that we make best use of our skilled workforce and of the available land, water and grid connection.

CS Energy’s Future Energy division is realising the second half of CS Energy’s purpose statement – Delivering energy today, powering your tomorrow. The division is developing creative solutions for Queensland’s future energy future requirements.

Catherine Peppler, Head of Safety, Health and Environment, Aurizon

Chair: Susan Campbell FGIA, Company Secretary, Queensland Sugar


Susan Campbell is currently the Company Secretary/Legal Counsel at Queensland Sugar (export sugar marketer/port operator), having joined Qld Sugar in late 2013. From 2000 onwards, Susan has held a number of equivalent positions in other companies, including Ergon Energy (electricity entity) and North Qld Bulk Ports Corporation (port authority). Susan started her legal career in first tier private practice specialising in commercial and corporate law. Susan is therefore broadly experienced in commercial & corporate law, corporate governance and company secretarial skills across a number of industry sectors, in particular infrastructure and agribusiness. This experience includes the design and implementation of corporate governance frameworks and the effective management of the company secretariat office for directors. Susan has a particular interest in corporate law and ESG issues.

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