Dr Eileen Doyle has had an internationally recognised career, with close to four decades of diverse business experience at Executive and Board level. Her experience covers a wide range of industries including logistics, port operations, research, property, financial services, manufacturing, building and construction. Dr Doyle has previously served as the Chairman of the world’s largest export coal loader, PWCS (1998-2009) and Deputy Chairman of CSIRO to 2016, after 10 years of service.
Dr Doyle currently serves on the Board of Boral (2010) and Oil Search Limited (2016) with previous appointments having included directorships at GPT Group (2010-2019), OneSteel (2000-2010), State Super Financial Services (2002-09), Ross Human Directions Limited (2005-2010), The Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (2008-18), Knights Rugby League Ltd (2014-2017) and Bradken Limited (2011-2015). In many of her roles she has also acted as a member on the Audit, Governance and Sustainability Committees.
Dr Doyle’s experience includes appointments at major government bodies Austrade (1999-2005), CSIRO, Newcastle Port Corporation (2001-2002), the National Steering Committee on ehealth and the NSW Innovation and Productivity Council. Dr Doyle holds a Ph.D in Applied Statistics from the University of Newcastle, was a Fulbright Scholar (Business Management: Columbia University), is a Fellow of the Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (FTSE inducted 2016) and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (FAICD).
Dr Doyle is a Foundation Fellow of The Australian Association of Angel Investors (FAAAI) and the author of “Call a Business Angel”.