Chief Executive Officer at Austrade
Stephanie Fahey has had over 30 years’ experience both as an academic and executive working in Australia and overseas, including as a lead partner for education at EY, and a Deputy Vice Chancellor (Global Engagement) at Monash University, among other senior roles. Stephanie Fahey is Deputy Chair of the European Australian Business Council, and has been a board member of a range of organisations, including the Australia China Business Council, the Canberra Institute of Technology, the Foreign Affairs Council, the Australia Korea Foundation, and others.
Chair at EABC
Simon Crean served 23 years in the Australian Parliament, serving as Minister for Trade, Leader of the Opposition, and as Minister for Employment, Education and Training; Science and Technology; and Primary Industries and Energy; among many others. He currently serves as Chair of the European Australian Business Council (EABC), Deputy Chancellor of Monash University, and on the boards of Linfox International Groupand the North Queensland Flood Response and Recovery Agency. Prior to entering Parliament he was the President of the ACTU, and has also served on the boards of Qantas Airways, the Australian Industry Development Corporation, and as Chair of the Australian Live Exporters Council.