Director & Founder, Good Compass Group
Annie Beaulieu (BSc MBA GAICD) brings a passion for sustainability, a global perspective and strong business, political and scientific acumen. As a dynamic executive and strategic board member with over 20 years’ experience in four different countries, Annie has developed an entrepreneurial leadership style with a deep understanding of the sustainability frameworks necessary to help develop and execute key strategies to support the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and develop transition plans towards a low-carbon economy, aligned with the Paris Agreement. Taking a collaborative approach to complex problem solving, Annie founded the Good Compass Group, a global venture recognised through a number of innovation awards, working at the intersection of sustainable development, behavioural science, technology and tourism.
Annie is a non-executive director and Audit and Risk Committee member of Tourism Tasmania, who has the ambition of becoming a globally recognised sustainable destination. She is also a member of the City of Sydney Sustainable Destination Partnership, of the G20|G7 Research Group, the UN One Planet Network for Sustainable Tourism and was a Global Advisory Board member of the World Tourism Forum Lucerne in Switzerland. She continues to operate as a board member of her family business in Canada while living in Sydney since 2008. She holds a Bachelor of Science from McGill University, an MBA and is a graduate of Cambridge University Institute for Sustainability Leadership and of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Annie is a relentless adventurer, avid diver, long distance cyclist, passionate downhill skier and mountaineer who loves exploring and protecting our planet.