Fiona de Jong
LLB (Hons), BIT, AMP (Harvard)
Fiona is a former triathlete and lawyer with 12 years in Olympic sport administration. As former CEO and Director of Sport at the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC), Fiona has worked closely with 33 summer and seven winter national sporting organisations and delivered 10 Australian Olympic Team campaigns – three summer, three winter and four youth Olympic Teams - in nine countries, making Olympic dreams a reality for over 1600 Australian athletes.
Prior to sport, Fiona was an IT lawyer with law firm Blake Dawson Waldron (now Ashursts) and implemented eCommerce projects with leading funds manager Colonial First State. Fiona holds degrees in Law (Hons), Information Technology and is a graduate of the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program. She is a board member of Surfing Australia and former member of the AOC Executive, Australian Olympic Foundation, Olympic Winter Institute of Australia, International Olympic Committee (IOC) Marketing Commission and various IOC and sports advisory boards. Fiona is also a current Trustee of Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust.
As a recreational athlete, Fiona enjoys running and cycling in the Parklands and lives locally with her husband and young son.