Leeanne Bond has over 30 years corporate experience including over 16 years as a professional company director and board member.

Skills and experience

Leeanne is a prominent engineering leader, advocating for improved project governance, innovation and entrepreneurship, gender equity and workplace diversity and inclusion. Leeanne was a founding executive of WorleyParsons’ business in Queensland, NT and PNG.

Leeanne is currently the independent non-executive chair of ASX listed Synertec Corporation Limited (SOP) and is a non-executive director of Australian government business enterprises Snowy Hydro Limited and the Clean Energy Finance Corporation. She is also a director of QADO Services Pty Ltd and her own consultancy, Breakthrough Energy Pty Ltd.

Leeanne has recently retired from the board of The University of Queensland’s JKTech Pty Ltd. She has previously served on the boards of public, private and government entities in engineering, innovation, energy, water and resources including iconic organisations such as Coffey International, Liquefied Natural Gas Limited, Tarong Energy Corporation, Territory Generation, Queensland Building and Construction Commission, Australian Water Recycling Centre of Excellence, Seqwater and chaired Brisbane Water. Leeanne served as the first female President of Engineers Australia in Queensland in 2002 and is a past Deputy Chair of the Board of Professional Engineers. She was named Australian Professional Engineer of the Year in 2007 by Engineers Australia and has served on the national board of Engineers Australia.

Qualifications 

Leeanne has a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering and an MBA from The University of Queensland. Leeanne is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a member of Chief Executive Women. She is a Chartered Professional Engineer, an Honorary Fellow of Engineers Australia and a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering.