Stadiums Queensland, which manages Queensland’s $1.2 billion stadia portfolio, has announced three new board members.
Sport Minister Stirling Hinchliffe said the new appointments would commence this month.
“Managing Queensland’s stadiums is complex, and I am thankful we have been able to attract talented professionals to the Stadiums Queensland board,” Mr Hinchliffe said.
“Each of the new board members brings plenty of experience and will strengthen the board.
“The expertise of a strong Stadiums Queensland board is critically important following the International Olympic Committee vote to hold the 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Brisbane.”
Stadiums Queensland chair, Ms Cathy McGuane said the three new appointees are Mr John Warn, Mr Peter Hyland and Ms Sharon Finnan-White OAM.
“John Warn is the Chief Operating Officer at hotel group Accor Pacific and former head of Sport, Media and Entertainment at global search and recruitment agency Odgers Berndtson and former chairman of Cricket NSW,” she said.