Andrew Fraser - Chair
Andrew is a professional director and serves on a range of boards, across different industry sectors. He serves as Chair of Sunsuper, and is a director of New Zealand Rugby League, on the Council of Griffith University and on the Ernst and Young GPS Advisory Board. He is also a director on the Major Projects Advisory Board for the Whitsunday Regional Council and serves on the board of the Hear and Say Centre in Brisbane. At Griffith University he is also a member of Griffith Enterprise Advisory Board and serves on the Finance, Risk and Resources Committee of the University
Previously he was the Head of Strategy & Investment at the National Rugby League (NRL) and has served as director of the Rugby League World Cup 2017 Ltd, and on the Australian Sports Commission, the federal agency charged with oversight and funding of elite sport (including the Australian Institute of Sport) and grassroots sport in Australia. For the duration of his term on the Commission, Andrew was a member of the Finance, Audit and Risk Committee. He is also a former director of Moorebank Intermodal Company Ltd, which is developing a rail and road transport logistics hub to serve Sydney’s supply chain.
Andrew served as a Minister in two governments including as Treasurer of Queensland from 2007 to 2012. During his career in government Andrew also held portfolios as Minister for State Development and Trade, Minister for Employment and Economic Development and Minister for Local Government, Planning and Sport. He was appointed as Queensland’s youngest Deputy Premier in 2011.
A graduate of Griffith University, Andrew has a First Class Honours Degree in Law and a Bachelor of Commerce and won the University Medal.
Andrew was appointed as an independent Director of Sunsuper in September 2015.