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Theodora Le Souquet


Theodora Le Souquet

Theodora Le Souquet


Theodora is a current member of McKinsey Online Executive Panel, Managing Director of Canaria Technologies and a past Brisbane City Chair of the Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal.

Theodora is having an independent career working with government, industry such as infrastructure, education, and health and sectors such as the arts and sport.

Theodora directed and managed a strong team of dedicated event and specifier specialist as CEO of Architectural Information Services (AIS), and most recently just finished as Managing Director of Building On Air.

Her experience and inclusion is focused on execution. To this extent, Theodora has been a significant contributor to the Queensland Writers Centre. As a former director and chair, she led the property strategy which moved the organisation as well as satellite writing Organisations to Queensland State Library.

Theodora received the Australian Business Arts Foundation (AbAF) KPMG Advicebank Award for her strategic advisory on QWC's digital strategy and subsequently went on to win the National AbAF KPMG Advicebank Award, the first time for a Queensland based partnership.

She was a director of Women in Technology (WiT), and as part of a team revitalised the Board Readiness™ program which won an International best practice award led by Cambridge University.

Theodora was also selected as a speaker at the Women in Leadership Summit and co-chaired the Women in Engineering Summit as well as being one of the first organisations selected for the inaugural ARC Business of Innovation Science and Business Match Up.

And, as part of the Women in Cricket Committee, looked deeply at strategies to develop the game for women. As a testament women's cricket is the strongest it's been thanks to the hard work of Queensland Cricket and Cricket Australia.

As an award winning strategist, advisor and non-executive director, Theodora has a strong sense for inclusion and collaboration.

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