Infoxchange welcomes new Chair of the Board


Infoxchange welcomes the appointment of Elana Rubin as Chair of the Board.

With over two decades of experience as a non-executive company director across diverse sectors, Elana Rubin AM reflects a deep understanding of corporate social license to operate and a commitment to diversity, social equity and participation.Elana received a Member of the Order of Australia in 2021 for services to corporate governance and community and was granted a Life Fellow by the AICD in 2022.She is currently a director of Dexus, Telstra and Slater & Gordon. She is the Chair of the Victorian Managed Insurance Authority and a director of several unlisted government entities.

Previous board roles covered a wide range of sectors including technology, financial services, insurance, innovation, public policy, professional services and not-for-profit sectors including as a Board member of SecondBite and Teach for Australia.

“We are excited to welcome Elana Rubin AM as Board Chair. Her depth of knowledge and experience across such a diverse range of organisations will be of great benefit as we look to our next stage of growth in delivering on our vision of technology for social justice,” said David Spriggs, CEO of Infoxchange.

“The whole discussion around digitalisation in organisations has been accelerated and the role of technology in digital platforms, how we use them and how they’ve developed in parallel. So there is now some forward thinking about the skills we will need for the future,” said Elana.

Infoxchange prides itself on board diversity and values that different backgrounds and experiences bring to an organisation.

Elana also said in her AIDC interview, “If you believe in diversity of thought — that no one has a monopoly on good ideas, that we all share an objective of building stronger communities and a community that is safe and inclusive and provides a sense of security for all its participants — then I think we get the best outcomes by working across different groups.”

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