Hugh Morrow

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Hugh Morrow is the co-founder and Managing Director of SuperEd, an online retirement advice provider. Hugh holds an engineering degree from The University of Sydney, an MBA from Stanford University and is a Yale University World Fellow.

Hugh began his career as a strategy consultant with The LEK Partnership. He was Chief Manager Strategy with Westpac Financial Services, and taught Social Entrepreneurship at Macquarie University where he held a full-time Adjunct Professorship. Hugh founded XT3, a technology consulting firm, that he grew from concept to commercial success and trade sale. Having owned, led, worked in and consulted to corporations, Hugh now applies his skills to a portfolio of organisations that leverage his interest in the intersection of information technology, organisation behaviour and business strategy.

Hugh is a founder and director of the Australian Scholarships Foundation and the Stanford Australia Alumni Foundation, and was a founding non-executive director of ASX-listed iProperty Limited (IPP). Hugh’s ambition is to bring management capabilities in the social economy (non-profit sector) to at least the level found in the private sector.

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