Tennis Australia appoints new Chief Financial Officer


Melbourne, Australia, 30 April 2021 |

Senior government Katrina Blair is ready to hitch Tennis Australia within the position of Chief Monetary Officer.

“We’re excited to welcome Katrina Blair to the crew and imagine her sturdy business and management capabilities will assist in our organisation’s restoration from the consequences of the pandemic,” Tennis Australia CEO Craig Tiley stated.

“Katrina has a formidable background main many high-performing groups within the areas of governance, threat, procurement and know-how in addition to finance. Her historical past in implementing transformation whereas concurrently enhancing worker engagement and productiveness will stand her in good stead at Tennis.

“In a newly outlined broader scope, Katrina will lead the Enterprise Companies crew, incorporating the areas of Finance, Integrity & Compliance, Procurement and Know-how, to supply the best assist for the expansion of our enterprise and sport.”

In her present place at mining companies firm Orica, Blair has led the transformation of their Finance crew. Previous to Orica, she spent 18 years in varied roles at BHP together with as Monetary Controller for the extremely profitable Australia area.

“I’m delighted to be becoming a member of the Tennis Australia crew within the position of Chief Monetary Officer. I’m trying ahead to combining the Enterprise Companies portfolio to attract on the strengths and talents of the groups to ship excellence in assist of the organisation,” Blair stated.

Blair will begin within the position on 1 June 2021.


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