Deputy CEO & General Manager – Business Strategy
Brett is the Deputy CEO for Queensland’s peak tourism industry body – QTIC. Joining QTIC in July 2015, Brett has helped drive partnerships for the organisation which now has more than 3000 members.
Brett has significant C-Suite experience and has held senior executive leadership roles over the past 20 years. With strong practical experience in strategic and operational planning, business growth and leadership of large scale transformational change, Brett has a proven record having managed and led large and complex organisations across a diverse range of industry sectors including education, travel and tourism.
Prior to joining QTIC, Brett served as the Chief Operating Officer and Executive Director at the Southbank Institute of Technology. Southbank Institute was established as a Statutory Authority in 2008 and was the first public private partnership in Queensland. Previously he held an executive leadership role within Qantas Airways Ltd.
Brett has and continues to hold roles on a range of state and national advisory committees, boards, and working parties. Currently Brett represents QTIC on a range of tourism related advisory committees including education & training, digital economy and climate adaption to name a few.
He is a fellow of the Australian Institute of Management and holds qualifications in business with post graduate qualifications in business administration and leadership from the University of Queensland and Mt Eliza Business School.
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