Lundy, a former federal senator and experienced board director, and who had been appointed Independent Non-Executive Director on the GCA board earlier this year, was elected Chair/President at the GCA’s board meeting on 5 December.

Lundy served for more than 19 years as a federal senator for the Australian Capital Territory, followed by a long career in corporate leadership. She currently serves on the boards of several other significant organisations, including the Australian Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre, the Canberra Institute of Technology, Electro Optical Systems, NRMA and the National Youth Science Forum.

“I’m honoured to take on the role of Board Chair/President at GCA,” said Lundy. “Our vision is to build on our strong foundations: serving members and the nation through creativity, innovation, collaboration, growth, recognition, and inclusivity within the geospatial community.”

“Together, we’ll propel GCA to new horizons, staying at the forefront of geospatial technology advancements and helping to promote and build the skilled workforce needed for the future.

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