Australian Information Industry Association


Queensland AIIA Sundowner

Date: Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Time: 5-7pm (speaker at 5.30pm)

Where: Telstra, Level 4, 275 George Street, Brisbane

Enquiries: Margot Furlonger 0422 548 323

AIIA Member Price:$20 + GST Table of : $ + GST

Non-Member Price:$30 + GST Table of : $ + GST


Sue Coulter has a tough gig – not only delivering CUA’s digital and innovation strategies, but also designing new products and services to enhance the member experience. Join us at our Sundowner on Wednesday 25 October and hear about her personal approach to delivering transformational change programs, her focus for the next 12 months, and the importance of taking risks and seizing career opportunities.


Sue Coulter
Chief Digital Officer
CUA - Credit Union Australia Limited

Sue joined CUA in May 2010 and has been responsible for leading the implementation of all major strategic business and technology programs in that time, including the replacement of core banking, online banking and loan origination systems. Having successfully implemented a range of new technology capabilities, Sue's role is now focused on delivering CUA’s digital and innovation strategies and designing new products and services to enhance the member experience.

Sue brings over 30 years’ experience in financial services across a broad range of senior management and executive positions, within Australia and the UK. Sue successfully delivered a number of transformational change programs for HBOS and BankWest as well as managing large-scale back-office processing areas, digital, products and strategy development teams. Sue has also recently completed the Executive Leadership Program at Stanford Graduate School of Business.

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