Movements on ASC card
Geoff Rohrsheim was promoted to vice president of CSA, with the submarine builders also adding Julie Cooper and Denise Goldsworthy AO to their board of directors.
Rohrsheim, the prominent South Australian IT entrepreneur who co-founded Cevo Australia, Arinco and Hatch Creations, has been a director of ASC since May 2019.
The non-executive role at Osborne is one of three ongoing engagements on Rohrsheim’s board, alongside his role as director of the Australian Cyber Collaboration Center and chairmanship of Real Estate Sales Online.
Cooper, meanwhile, is a Corporate Ladder regular with one of the most extensive appointment portfolios in the state, including chairman of the South Australian Film Corporation and Nova Systems.
His other current board roles are with Credit Union SA, aged care organization Helping Hand, construction company Sarah Group, Adelaide Crows Foundation and the National Council for the Australian Institute of Corporate Directors.
The ASC has also looked to Perth to replenish its board, with Goldsworthy, Chancellor of Edith Cowan University, due to join as director in May.
Finance Minister Simon Birmingham made the three appointments before the federal government entered caretaker mode.