Landgate has a board that sets the strategic direction for the agency. Via the Chief Executive, this direction is implemented through the prioritisation of activities and allocation of resources.
Caroline de Mori
Caroline de Mori was appointed as Chair of the Landgate Board for a three-year term on 1 August 2015. Ms de Mori is the founder and Chair of the EON Foundation and is currently a member of the University of Western Australia Centre for Regional Development Advisory Council. Ms de Mori previously held the roles of Deputy Chairperson and Director of LandCorp from 2009 to 2015. In 2013 she received the Local Hero of the Year Award for her work as an Indigenous health advocate.
Anne Arnold joined the Landgate Board in January 2013. She chairs the Audit and Risk Committee. Previously, she held senior positions in a number of private and public organisations most recently as the Chief Executive of the Real Estate Institute of WA. Anne has served on various boards and committees and is currently Chair of the Heritage Council of Western Australia and a board member of a large aged care service and housing provider.
Monish Paul joined the Landgate Board in November 2017. Monish is a senior leader with deep experience in strategy development and execution, having worked in executive roles with Deloitte, Arthur Andersen and Australian Federal and State Government agencies. He currently leads IBM’s Digital Strategy Practice across Australia and New Zealand, advising clients on the intersection of business reinvention and emerging technologies combining process and organisation re-design with change management best practice. In 2014, he was appointed by the World Economic Forum (Geneva) as Founder of the “Global Shapers Hub” in WA and has served on various not for profit Boards in Perth.
Jodi joined Landgate in 2004 and has served in many roles across the organisation. Jodi took up the Chief Executive position in January 2017. She led the creation of Landgate’s innovation program and was instrumental in forming SPUR, Landgate’s innovation hub. Landgate was recently recognised by the Australian Financial Review as the 22nd Most Innovative Company in Australia. Jodi has presented to Princeton University’s prestigious ‘Innovation for Successful Societies’ program in the United States, following a case study the university published on Landgate’s evolution. As well as her extensive government experience, Jodi has worked for the private and not-for profit sectors in the areas of strategic planning, organisational transformation, marketing and communications. Jodi is a creative thinker, passionate innovator and an effective team builder. She is a board member of PSMA Australia and holds a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Western Australia, is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and a Fellow of Leadership WA.