Today industry super fund Mine Wealth + Wellbeing (Mine) announced two appointments to its executive team, Dr Adrian Colquhoun as Chief Technology and Innovation Officer (CTIO) and Glenda Abraham as Chief Engagement Officer (CENO).
The appointments are part of an extensive strategy refresh, led by Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Harry Mitchell who joined the organisation in May 2016.
Harry Mitchell said: “These appointments will enable our organisation to meaningfully put members at the heart of everything we do and better leverage digital capability to meet their needs”.
“I am excited about the strength Adrian and Glenda will bring to Mine in order to support our purpose of delivering an exceptional retirement for our members”, finished Harry.
In the CTIO role, Adrian will be responsible for enhancing digital, innovation and technology capability across the organisation. Adrian’s experience will give Mine a greater focus on technology to continue to meet the evolving needs of members.
As an experienced consultant, author and software entrepreneur, Adrian brings over 18 years of information technology and software experience to the organisation. During this time, Adrian founded and led start ups and consultancies in both the UK and Australia. Adrian holds postgraduate qualifications in management, software engineering and environmental science in addition to multiple technology qualifications and certifications.
Glenda will lead all key member and stakeholder facing teams, improving focus on members through better alignment and coordination of effort across the organisation.
Glenda has over 20 years of experience in financial services gained across financial advice, operations and engagement-focussed roles with Westpac, AMP and CBA. She is currently the Victorian State General Manager for Westpac Financial Advice. Glenda holds an Executive Master of Business Administration and an Advanced Diploma of Financial Planning.
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Mine Wealth + Wellbeing is a profit to members, public offer industry super fund dedicated to serving the retirement needs of members working in the mining and related industries. It has over $9.75 billion in funds under management and over 66,000 members.