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Marion Charlton
Chief Operating Officer
Gold Coast Airport

Marion has more than 30 years’ experience in the aviation industry both domestically and abroad, and is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the airport. She is currently on the advisory board for Southern Cross University Business School and is on the board of trustees for the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation. Marion is also a member of the Study Gold Coast board.

Carl Bruhn
Executive General Manager Property and Infrastructure, Queensland Airports Limited

Carl joined QAL in 2016 and is responsible for delivering a large program of works across the QAL Group over the coming years. Carl’s most recent role was with Villa World as the General Manager, Communities and Business Growth. Carl spent a number of years with Lendlease as General Manager Town Centres and Senior Project Director on the Varsity Lakes project. Carl is a Fellow of the Urban Development Industry of Australia (FDIA) and is a fully licenced real estate agent.

 

Please join us as at what will be fascinating morning as Marion & Carl present the new projects and developments that will shape the Gold Coast Airport over the coming years.

Venue

The Surf Club Coolangatta
Corner Dutton Street & Marine Parade
Coolangatta, QLD 4225

Price

40.00 AUD (Non-Member)
30.00 AUD (Member)
Free - up to 2 (Gold Member)
Free - up to 1 (Silver Member)

NOTE: Limited tickets will be available on the door for $5 extra if the event doesn't sell out prior.

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