Julieanne was appointed Chair of the ERM Power Board on 1 March 2019 having previously joined as an independent non-executive director on 24 August 2018. She is also Chair of the Boards of Infrastructure Australia and the Queensland Ballet, the inaugural President of the Queensland Futures Institute (QFI), and a member with each of; the University of Queensland Senate, the Advisory Board of the Committee for Brisbane, the Council of Governors of the American Chamber of Commerce QLD (AMCHAM), and Chief Executive Woman (CEW). Julieanne was granted the Doctor of the Griffith University (honoris causa) in December 2016
Julieanne retired in June 2018 from Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) where she held the position of CEO and Managing Director since 1 July 2009. With more than 40 years’ in the aviation industry, she was one of only a handful of women in the world to run a privatised airport. Previously, Julieanne had held a number of executive management positions with Sydney Airport Corporation, in the commercial, operations, corporate affairs, and planning and infrastructure departments.
Julieanne has previously been a member of Urban Futures Brisbane, the Brisbane Infrastructure Council, and the Queensland Climate Advisory Council (QCAC). Previous board appointments include the position of Chairman of Airports Coordination Australia Ltd and of the Airports Council International Safety and Technical Standing Committee, and Deputy Chair for Tourism and Events Queensland until August 2018. She was also a Board member of The Queensland Theatre Company, Australia Trade Coast Ltd and the International Grammar School Sydney.
Chair of the Remuneration & Nomination Committee and Member of the Audit & Risk Committee