Clare Gill

Clare Gill is an experienced and highly qualified executive with over 20 years’ experience in the innovation, technology, media, telecommunications, agriculture and infrastructure sectors. Her experience spans multiple functions from marketing, communications, brand management, public relations, government relations, investor relations, regulatory affairs and corporate affairs.

 

With an extensive management background in listed companies, research institutes (including NICTA), co-operatives, government enterprises and fintech start-ups, Clare has held numerous senior executive positions and has a strong track record in setting strategy and closely collaborating with boards and CEOs.

 

Clare was recently appointed as Head of Regulatory and Government Affairs for Seven West Media. Prior to this she was Group Director, Regulatory Affairs and Spectrum Strategy, for the Nine Group. For over four  years she was Head of Government and Corporate Affairs for SingTel Optus and has held executive positions at Ericsson and SunRice. As a Corporate Affairs Consultant, Clare also assisted organisations such as NICTA, Data61 and the Capital Markets CRC.

 

Currently a Non-Executive Director of the RoZetta Institute, Clare serves in a similar capacity for numerous organisations including Freeview Australia, Regional Broadcasters Australia Holdings and Free TV Australia. Previously Clare was a Non-Executive Director for the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association.

 

The ascendance of the field of digital finance brings with it fundamental communications challenges, requiring ongoing engagement with a diverse range of stakeholders on complex topics. On board level, Clare’s experience in guiding this key aspect of the proposed CRC.

 

Clare holds a Bachelor of Arts from La Trobe University, a Master of Arts from Monash University and postgraduate qualifications in Commerce from the University of Sydney and in Media and Communications from Monash University. Clare is currently studying a Juris Doctor at the University of Sydney