Bronwyn Morris AM is a professional Non-Executive Director. She was appointed as the Chairperson of the Urban Utilities Board on 1 July 2019, having previously served as a board member from 1 July 2017. By virtue of her position as Chairperson, Bronwyn is a member of the Audit, Finance and Risk, Experience and Safety, and Strategic Asset Management Committees. Her other current board-level roles include Collins Foods Limited.
Bronwyn is a Chartered Accountant and former partner of KPMG. She retired in 1996 to take up a career as a Non-Executive Director.
She has previously served on the boards of a number of listed, private, government-owned and not-for-profit entities including QIC Limited, Care Australia, LGIAsuper, Spotless Group Limited, Colorado Group Limited, Stanwell Corporation Limited and Queensland Rail where she was Chair from 1999-2006.
Bronwyn's career in chartered accounting spanned 20 years and involved roles in audit and corporate services in Brisbane, London and the Gold Coast. Her clients covered a broad range of industries including manufacturing, construction, property development, health care and tourism.
Bronwyn has developed a strong commercial acumen from her professional services background and governance roles with a range of entities including those facing significant business transformation challenges. Her board roles over the last 22 years have included transport, infrastructure, financial services, managed services, energy and retail. She has been involved with a number of regulated organisations and associated compliance regimes. Bronwyn has served on and chaired a range of board committees, in particular, audit, compliance and risk management committees.
She is a member of the Queensland Council of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a member of the Director Advisory Panel of ASIC.
- Bachelor of Commerce, University of Queensland
- Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand
- Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors
- Member Chief Executive Women
- Centenary Medal 2003 for "distinguished service to the transport industry
- Order of the Medal of Australia