Mrs Robyn Clubb AM
Robyn is a farmer, orchardist, land-carer, and non-executive company director. She has lived in the bush and the city, having been born and raised on a property near Cooma, worked in financial services in Sydney and overseas, then returned to the country to settle near Araluen.
Robyn was the first woman elected to the Council of the RAS, in 1993, and her involvement has not stopped since. Robyn holds a Bachelor of Economics, is a qualified Chartered Accountant, a Fellow of the Financial Securities Institute of Australia and a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. She is an experienced non-executive director in the agribusiness, energy and government sectors.
Currently a director of Elders Ltd, and Chair of the Australian Wool Exchange, and Chair of ProTen Limited, she was Treasurer of the RAS Foundation for 9 years in her capacity as Treasurer of the RAS.
As a RASF Board Member Robyn has attracted donations for the RASF and worked tirelessly to promote the value of scholarship and grant recipients, and it is a pleasure to introduce her as our new Chair as we prepare to navigate our way through some fairly uncertain post-pandemic times.