Ann Sherry AO

Board of Directors

Ann joined Palladium's board in 2015. Ann is currently an Advisor to Carnival Australia, the largest cruise ship operator in Australasia, after serving as Chairman and CEO for 12 years. Before joining Carnival, Ann held numerous positions in the private and public sectors, including CEO of Westpac and First Assistant Secretary of the Office of the Status of Women, where she advised the Prime Minister on policies and programmes to improve the status of women. She is the Chair of UNICEF Australia and a non-executive director of National Australia Bank, Sydney Airport, Infrastructure Victoria and the Museum of Contemporary Art.

Ann has received multiple awards for her leadership and honorary doctorates from Macquarie University, Sydney University and the University of Queensland. In 2001, Ann was awarded a Centenary Medal by the Australian Government for her work on providing banking services to disadvantaged communities. Ann was awarded an Order of Australia in 2004 for her contribution to the Australian community through the promotion of corporate management policies and practices that embrace gender equity, social justice and work and family partnerships.

Ann Sherry AO

Board of Directors

Ann joined Palladium's board in 2015. Ann is currently an Advisor to Carnival Australia, the largest cruise ship operator in Australasia, after serving as Chairman and CEO for 12 years. Before joining Carnival, Ann held numerous positions in the private and public sectors, including CEO of Westpac and First Assistant Secretary of the Office of the Status of Women, where she advised the Prime Minister on policies and programmes to improve the status of women. She is the Chair of UNICEF Australia and a non-executive director of National Australia Bank, Sydney Airport, Infrastructure Victoria and the Museum of Contemporary Art.

Ann has received multiple awards for her leadership and honorary doctorates from Macquarie University, Sydney University and the University of Queensland. In 2001, Ann was awarded a Centenary Medal by the Australian Government for her work on providing banking services to disadvantaged communities. Ann was awarded an Order of Australia in 2004 for her contribution to the Australian community through the promotion of corporate management policies and practices that embrace gender equity, social justice and work and family partnerships.