Medibank Private CMO joins LiveTiles board

Fiona Le Brocq one of two new non-executive board directors at tech vendor

Medibank Private’s chief marketing officer, Fiona Le Brocq, is one of two new non-executive directors announced at employee experience management, vendor, LiveTiles.

The current senior executive for brand and marketing at the health insurance group joins the board as two former board directors, Andrew McKeon and Dana Rasmussen, resign, effectively immediately.

Le Brocq has spent more than five years with Medibank, overseeing customer growth strategy and implementation, brand and digital transformation and customer and employee experience management. Prior to this, she spent over three years with jobs marketplace, Seek, initially as a brand strategy manager before shifting to director of marketing from November 2012 to July 2015. During this time, Seek’s market capitalisation tripled to $6 billion.

Fiona Le BrocqCredit: LiveTiles
Fiona Le Brocq


Le Brocq’s resume also includes stints in brand management and strategy with National Australia Bank, as well as agency-side director roles at Spinach Advertising, M&C Saatchi, JWT Melbourne and DDB Melbourne.

Alongside Le Brocq, LiveTiles has brought on co-founder and CEO of compliance software vendor, Informotion, and SaaS-based cloud compliance platform, EncompaaS, Jesse Todd, as a non-executive director. The companies have offices in the US and UK and service enterprise and public sector organisations globally. Todd has also previously been an executive at ABN AMRO.

LiveTiles board independent chair, Dr Marc Stigter, said the combination of complementary skillsets would help the vendor with its next stage of growth and follow an extensive search.

“Fiona will bring to the board marketing, transformation and employee experience management expertise with a focus on results, back by her long and successful career guiding some of Australia’s largest and fastest-growing companies,” he stated.

“Jesse will bring with him a forensic understanding of governance technology solutions, particularly for bluechip companies and large public sector organisations across the globe.

“We believe Fiona and Jesse bring the right mix of skillsets to the LiveTiles board for our next stage of growth.”

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