Louise McElvogue

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Louise McElvogue is a non-executive director and advisor who works at the intersection of business, technology and customers. She has led more than 30 digital products in sectors including healthcare, financial services and consumer goods in the US, UK and Asia Pacific.

Louise has worked in two start-up businesses and spearheaded two ground-breaking VOD services working with the BBC, ITV and Channel 4 in the UK. Other clients have included McDonald’s, hp, the ABC, npower, British Gas and News Corp.

Louise brings expertise in governance, policy and regulation and was a member of the Convergence Review Committee, which reviewed media and internet regulation for the Australian Government.

Louise’s board roles include a non-executive director for cyber security company WhiteHawk, Australian Physiotherapists Association, Sydney Living Museums; Chair of UTS’ Advisory Board for the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and a NSW Councillor for the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

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