Experienced lawyer, Kirsten Mander has been appointed as chair of industry fund, legalsuper.
The fund announced Mander’s appointment this week confirming she would be succeeding David Miles who would be retiring after 12 years in the role.
Mander has considerable experience gained over 16 years as a Non-Executive Director and more than 30 years as a legal practitioner in both private and corporate practice.
The fund’s announcement noted that Mander also brought financial services sector experience to the role gained as former General Counsel of Australian Unity and as a Non-Executive Director of RT Health Insurance.
She currently serves as Chair of the Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority and the International Women’s Development Agency and as a Non-Executive Director of Swinburne University and Peninsula Health. She is a past councilor and Ethics Committee Chair of the Law Institute of Victoria.