On 27 January 2016, Rohan Lund was appointed to the role of Group Chief Executive Officer of the National Roads & Motorists' Association (NRMA).

With a strong background in digital technology, strategy and innovation, Rohan brings a wealth of experience delivering transformation, across a range of customer-focused companies.

Most recently the Chief Operating Officer (COO) for Foxtel, Australia's largest subscription business, Rohan's previous roles also include COO of Seven West Media, CEO of Yahoo!7 and Strategy Director for SingTel Optus.

An energetic and customer focused leader, Rohan provides strategic and commercial expertise to the NRMA, which is Australia's largest member-owned organisation providing a range of motoring and travel services.

Rohan will lead NRMA on the next stage of its evolution, as it looks to maximise business opportunities in the shared economy and through massive technological change in the mobility sector.

"I am extremely honoured to be the custodian for such an iconic brand," Rohan said. "I want to work for customer driven businesses and no organisation is more passionate about their customers than the NRMA".

"The world is changing at a rapid pace. The next few years will see radical change in motoring and travel, and Members will inevitably look to the NRMA for leadership and services to meet those changing needs."

NRMA membership has been in Rohan's family his whole driving life. Married with six children and a Director of UNICEF, he is passionate about family and community issues. He also holds a Master of Laws.

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