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Romilly Madew
Romilly Madew
Romilly Madew @Romilly-Madew
CEO
GBCA
Canberra, Australia
Romilly Madew is passionate about creating sustainable buildings, communities and cities. Since 2006, Romilly has led the Green Building Council of Australia, and has a global reputation as an influential advocate and change agent. Romilly is also a vocal advocate of diversity and flexibility in the workplace.

Romilly’s collaborative style has led to many board and committee appointments. She is Deputy President of the Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council, Independent Chair of the Currawong State Park Advisory Board (Pittwater, NSW), a member of the Sydney Olympic Park Authority board and a member of the Nestlé Creating Shared Value Roundtable.

She is also a Steering Committee member of the federal government’s Clean Air and Urban Landscapes Hub, member of the ACT Government’s Planning and Construction Industry Chief Minister’s Reference Group and serves on the Greater Sydney Commission Environment Reference Panel.

During her long service as a board and executive committee member of the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC), Romilly drove global efforts of 75-plus green building councils. She was instrumental in establishing the New Zealand, South African, Hong Kong and Indonesian GBCs, as well as the Asia Pacific Green Building Network.

Romilly has sat on numerous federal government ministerial panels, including the Emissions Reduction Fund, the National Sustainability Council, National Urban Policy Forum and the China/Australia Services Sector Forum representing construction.

Romilly was also the author of the seminal Dollars and Sense of Green Building (2006), the first report to outline the business case for green building in Australia.

Romilly is an active member and sits on the board of Chief Executive Women, and directs the organisation’s marketing committee.
Romilly Madew is passionate about creating sustainable buildings, communities and cities. Since 2006, Romilly has led the Green Building Council of Australia, and has a global reputation as an influential advocate and change agent. Romilly is also a vocal advocate of diversity and flexibility in the workplace.

Romilly’s collaborative style has led to many board and committee appointments. She is Deputy President of the Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council, Independent Chair of the Currawong State Park Advisory Board (Pittwater, NSW), a member of the Sydney Olympic Park Authority board and a member of the Nestlé Creating Shared Value Roundtable.

She is also a Steering Committee member of the federal government’s Clean Air and Urban Landscapes Hub, member of the ACT Government’s Planning and Construction Industry Chief Minister’s Reference Group and serves on the Greater Sydney Commission Environment Reference Panel.

During her long service as a board and executive committee member of the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC), Romilly drove global efforts of 75-plus green building councils. She was instrumental in establishing the New Zealand, South African, Hong Kong and Indonesian GBCs, as well as the Asia Pacific Green Building Network.

Romilly has sat on numerous federal government ministerial panels, including the Emissions Reduction Fund, the National Sustainability Council, National Urban Policy Forum and the China/Australia Services Sector Forum representing construction.

Romilly was also the author of the seminal Dollars and Sense of Green Building (2006), the first report to outline the business case for green building in Australia.

Romilly is an active member and sits on the board of Chief Executive Women, and directs the organisation’s marketing committee.
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