Kelly Bayer Rosmarin FTSE
Kelly Bayer Rosmarin is a corporate executive known for her rare combination of astute business acumen and the creativity to leverage digital technology to disrupt traditional markets. Kelly is behind the evolution of Optus as a technology company, with the industry-leading launch of the ‘Living Network’ to empower and enrich customer experiences and interactions with their mobile network.
Prior to joining Optus, Kelly spent 14 years with Commonwealth Bank of Australia where she was instrumental in leading technological innovation, most notably with the launch of ‘Albert’, a revolutionary mobile payment device that transformed point-of-sale terminals and attracted worldwide attention.
She is a member of the UNSW Engineering Dean’s Advisory Committee where she was the creative inspiration behind The Maker Games, a rapid prototyping competition that won an AFR innovation award. She has also been named in the Top 3 Tech CEOs in Australia, Top 25 Women in Asia Pacific Finance, the Top 10 Businesswomen in Australia, and 50 Most Powerful Women in Australian Business.
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Digital technology, telecommunications
Role and organisation (at time of election)
Chief Executive Officer
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