Louise Herron Bio
|Louise Herron was born in 1959 has an age of 59 years old as of 2018. She was born in Australia. Louise Herron has been the Chief Executive Officer of The Sydney Opera House Trust since 6th August 2012. She is also the co-founder Ironbark Group which was formed in 2007.|
|Louise Herron Personal details|
|Louise Herron Age||She was born in 1959 (59 years as of 2018)|
|Louise Herron Nationality||Australian|
|Louise Herron Husband||Clark Butler|
|Paul Whittaker Occupation||Chief Executive Officer of The Sydney Opera House|
|Paul Whittaker Net Worth||$ 3.2 Million as of 2018 (est.)|
Louise Herron Biography
Louise Herron has been the Chief Executive Officer of The Sydney Opera House Trust since 6th August 2012. She is also the co-founder Ironbark Group which was formed in 2007. Herron has extensive experience as a lawyer, corporate adviser and leader in the arts community. She has also acted as a philanthropy mentor to some companies.
Louise Herron served as a Corporate Adviser with Wentworth & Associates, Macquarie Bank, Carnegie Wylie and has advised a broad range of companies across a variety of industries. As a Partner of Minter Ellison, in 1987 she identified technology and communications as a burgeoning area of practice leading a team of 50 lawyers nationally in the practice of technology, communications, and competition law.
Louise Herron was trained as a lawyer and corporate advisor, Louise has held senior roles in law, business, and the arts. She has extensive involvement with the arts community in Australia including as Chair of Belvoir Street Theatre from 2002-2012. She serves as an Executive Director of Ironbark Group. Herron served as a Director of The Sydney Opera House Trust until 6th August 2012, and Australian Ethical Investment Ltd. from 20th February 2012 to 25th July 2012. She served as Chairwoman of the Major Performing Arts Board and as a board member of the Australian Council for the Arts.
Louise Herron Husband
Loise Herron is married to Clark Butler, a CEO of Dun & Bradstreet Australia. The couple mainly prefers to keep their personal affairs a private matter, hence fewer details are known regarding their marriage.
Louise Herron Alan Jones
Alan Jones unleashed on Louise Herron on Sydney radio station 2GB on Friday 5th October 2018 when she resisted his and the racing industry’s demand that the Opera House sails be used to advertise next Saturday’s (14th October 2018) Everest horse race, Australia’s richest with a $10 million prize.
Jones threatened to immediately ring NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian to get Herron sacked unless she changed her position. 2GB is owned by Macquarie Media, which is majority-owned by Fairfax Media.