Centuria Capital has its first ever female board member – and she has plenty of legal experience
Susan Wheeldon-Steele, Google’s Head of Performance, has been appointed to the board of Centuria Capital (CNI). Wheeldon-Steele is the first female director to sit on the board of the ASX-listed specialist investment manager board.
Wheeldon-Steele has an MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management, and has held senior executive roles all over the world and in a diverse range of industries. Previous roles include head of brand and retail at AMP Capital Investors, and real estate division manager at King & Wood Mallesons.
During her time with AMP Capital Investors, Wheeldon-Steele oversaw the delivery of more than $5 billion in alternative revenue from the firm’s 38 retail assets in New Zealand and Australia.
In a statement, Wheeldon-Steele said that she’s thrilled to be joining a company with a "combined enthusiasm for change to future proof the business and drive aggressive growth".