There are a number of exceptional women working among us in the super industry. Future leaders, highly skilled and experts in their field, yet sometimes unrecognised. 

To us, being a 'leader' isn't about how many people you manage, or the size of your portfolio. Leadership doesn't mean you have to be a designated leader. It's more about the everyday behaviours that make someone stand out from the crowd, and that's what this series focuses on. We want to shine a light on these women, not only to boost their profiles and allow them to share their stories, but also to give us the opportunity to see who they are, what they do and how they got there.

Over the past few months, we have been privy to some of the more insightful and inspiring conversations happening in the industry, as Women in Super, in partnership with J.P. Morgan have had the privilege of hosting a number of conversations with some of these up-and-coming leaders, each with a unique role within, and perspective of the industry.

This series of events continues to allow you not only to become more familiar with the featured women themselves, but also to build upon your understanding of the industry as a whole, the pathways available and the number of opportunities it can offer.


Felicia joined AustralianSuper in July 2018 as the Fund’s first Chief Information Officer. Felicia leads the group technology function and is a member of the Executive Committee.

Felicia is responsible for the IT strategy and technology infrastructure, platforms and applications that support and facilitate the business strategy of AustralianSuper globally. Felicia has spent over two decades working across the globe in senior roles with Deloitte, Microsoft, and Accenture, and most recently at ANZ in Melbourne. At ANZ, Felicia was a member of the Bank’s senior leadership team, the Australian executive leadership team, and the Corporate and Commercial Bank leadership team. She held various roles including General Manager (Technology Australia), Global Head of Technology (Corporate Commercial Banking), Head of Strategy & Business Optimisation (Corporate Commercial Banking), and Head of Emerging Technology Labs. Her qualifications include a Bachelor of Economics from the Australian National University and post graduate studies at the University of New South Wales, Cranfield School of Management (UK) and MIT (US). Felicia holds a patent award for co-developing the original Xbox supply chain system during her time at Microsoft in the United States, and has been a Director for various charity, industry and subsidiary Boards.


This event is sponsored by 


This event is open to all (members and non-members from all states and territories) 
Member ticket is complimentary, if you have a WIS membership please login below to register


Wednesday 22 September 2021


12.30pm - 1.30pm


Online via Zoom
Attendees will recieve Zoom details 3 days prior to the event


Presentation with Q+A


Member ticket: Complimentary
Non-member ticket: $10

Felicia Trewin, Group Executive – Technology Services, AustralianSuper

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