Andrew Fraser

Chancellor at Griffith University

The Hon Andrew Fraser is the University’s sixth Chancellor, and the first alumnus to hold the position.

Mr. Fraser is a professional director with a wide range of roles across the private, public and charitable sectors. Currently he serves on the boards of the major construction firm BESIX Watpac Ltd and Chairs the Australian Retirement Trust, the $240b fund which is the result of the merger of QSuper and Sunsuper, which Mr. Fraser led as Chair of Sunsuper. He is the Chair of Orange Sky Australia, and serves on two other charities, Hear and Say and 3rd Space. In addition, he is a director on the Brisbane Broncos Ltd (ASX: BBL) and is the President and Chair of Motorsport Australia. A graduate of Griffith University, from which he received a University Medal, Mr. Fraser has served on the Council of the University since 2017 and was the Deputy Chancellor and Chair of the Finance, Resources and Risk Committee. Mr. Fraser has previously served as a director of the Australian Sports Commission, New Zealand Rugby League, the Rugby League World Cup 2017 and Moorebank Intermodal Company. Prior to becoming a full time director, Mr. Fraser served as Head of Strategy and Investment at the NRL where he led the media deals that underpin the commercials of the NRL. From 2007 to 2012, Mr. Fraser was Treasurer of Queensland. He held a range of other portfolios including State Development, Trade, Economic Development and Employment, Sport, Racing and Local Government and was Deputy Premier from 2011 to 2012.

Mr. Fraser is a member of the University Chancellors Council (UCC). The UCC is the forum for the Chancellors of all public, not for profit universities in Australia to discuss key issues for the higher education sector.



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