Belinda Robinson is the Chief Executive of Universities Australia, the peak body representing Australia’s universities.
Belinda has a reputation for high-level public policy development and analysis, political advocacy; government and stakeholder engagement strategy; and facilitating the establishment of common positions on complex policy matters. Her approach is to work closely with her members and other stakeholders in developing whole-of-sector policy positions to cement universities as a centrepiece of Australia’s long-term economic and social prosperity. Belinda has strong governance, remuneration and sustainability expertise.
Belinda’s influence extends to a range of company directorships, government advisory bodies and working groups. She is currently a director of Universities Australia; a non-executive director of Education Australia and ASX-listed IDP Education Ltd. She is also a member of the Australian Government's International Education Coordinating Council.
Belinda was a non-executive director of ASX-listed Beach Energy for 5 years; chair of the Remuneration and Nomination Committee and a member of the Risk Management Committee. She has also sat on numerous NFP boards including The Conversation Media Group.
Belinda is a fellow of the AICD, has a Master of Environmental Law (ANU), and a Bachelor of Arts (UNE).
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