Look­ing back on a su­per ca­reer

As Anne- Marie Corby gets set to re­tire from her po­si­tion of CEO at Su­per fund HESTA, she re­flects back on her ca­reer and looks for­ward to what the or­gan­i­sa­tion will achieve in her ab­sence.

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Anne-Marie Corby be­gan her work­ing ca­reer in one of the most dif­fi­cult jobs in the world, as a pri­mary school teacher. In 2013, Boss Mag­a­zine recog­nised her as one of Aus­tralia’s 100 Women of In­flu­ence. The pri­mary school class­room is a great place to hone your lead­er­ship skills, but Anne’s is a ca­reer that is full of enor­mous achieve­ment.

Upon re­tire­ment she will leave HESTA with man­age­ment of over $30 bil­lion, over 760,000 mem­bers, 125 staff and 119,000 em­ploy­ers. An even more im­pres­sive fig­ure is that over 80% of HESTA’s mem­bers are women.

In fact, Anne-Marie is a cham­pion for women and like most things in

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