Sam Mostyn is a non-executive director and sustainability adviser and speaker. Her current board roles include Mirvac, Transurban and Virgin Australia. She is the Chair of Citi Australia.
Her corporate roles have encompassed human resources and culture change, corporate and government affairs, community engagement and corporate sustainability. Sam is legally trained, and worked as a policy advisor to then Prime Minister Paul Keating, before joining the corporate world.
Her senior executive roles were with Optus Communications, Cable & Wireless plc, and Insurance Australia Group. Sam has served on the boards of Reconciliation Australia, the Australian Museum, the Sydney Theatre Company and now chairs Carriageworks and is President of the Australian Council for International Development. She was an inaugural commissioner with the National Mental Health Commission, and served on the National Sustainability Council. In 2016 Sam was appointed to the Global Business Commission on Sustainable Development, and has been a faculty member of the Cambridge Business Sustainability Program since 2012. She is the Deputy Chair of the Diversity Council of Australia, and in 2005 was the first woman appointed to the AFL Commission, and she continues to advocate for the Respect & Responsibility Policy for the inclusion of women at all levels of the AFL and sports industries.
28 April 2017 | Investment Magazine
Time to embrace gender targets and quotas, Summit hears
08 March 2017 | The Age
Former AFL Commission member Sam Mostyn to lead Sydney Swans' diversity review
10 February 2017 | The Age
Her mountain climbed, Sam Mostyn moved on from the AFL
04 November 2016 | The Guardian
The Paris climate agreement is a game-changer – and business risks being left behind
30 October 2016 | The Australian
Business leaders heed warning on climate change risks
10 November 2015 | The Australian Financial Review
Sam Mostyn appointed chairman of Citi's retail bank