Jacqueline Chow

Overview

Jacqueline has over twenty-years operational experience running large blue-chip multinationals across Australia, New Zealand, Asia, the US and Latin America. She is currently a non-executive director of Boral Limited, Charter Hall Group, Coles Group Limited, nib holdings limited and the Australia Israel Chamber of Commerce (NSW).

Approach

Jacqueline brings to organisations, corporate leaders and boards, her demonstrated ability to drive growth and accelerate performance across global businesses. She is passionate about unlocking value through the entire business value chain by growing customer demand, by utilising disruptive technologies, innovation and digital platforms, by driving productivity and efficiencies at every level, and by embedding leadership behaviours and transformational change.

Career History

Previously, Jacqueline was deputy chair of Global Dairy Platform and Chief Operating Officer of Fonterra Cooperative Group, responsible for its $6 billion consumer and foodservice business across 80 countries.  She also led the company wide business transformation to accelerate performance.  She has significant experience driving customer-led growth in the global consumer goods sector, with general management roles leading the Australia and New Zealand businesses of Arnott’s and Campbell Soup Company, and marketing and innovation at the Kellogg Company.

Jacqueline is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and a member of Chief Executive Women.  She has an MBA in international business strategy and finance from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University USA, and a Bachelor of Science (first class honours) from the University of New South Wales Australia.

Personal

Jacqueline has a teenage son and they share a common love of the performing arts, music and books. Jacqueline is an avid but amateur runner, yoga and Pilates enthusiast, and is learning to ocean swim.