Centennial Parklands Foundation has a Board of Governors in place to oversee the strategic and investment decisions of the entity.

The current Governors of Centennial Parklands Foundation are:

Ilan Israelstam (Chair)

B Com, LLB (Hons) (UNSW)

Ilan is an accomplished entrepreneur and businessman. He is a Co-Founder of BetaShares, one of Australia's leading fund managers, and is a Principal of Apex Capital Partners, a private investment firm with a focus on early stage investing in financial services.

Previously, Ilan worked in New York and Sydney for The Boston Consulting Group.

Ilan is also the Chair of the Sydney Jewish Museum Foundation and Director of the BetaShares Foundation.

Ilan lives in Centennial Park with his wife and three young children and can regularly be found running, dog-walking and socialising in the Parklands. He is passionate about ensuring that the Parklands' legacy, beauty and critical importance to the City endures forever.

Penny Mapp

BA (USyd) History of Art 

Penny is an accomplished senior leader, serving on the Board of a range of organisations, including Executive Director of the Grahame Mapp Foundation, Non-Executive Director of Carsingha Investments, Non-Executive Director of Mapp Group Holdings and Chair of the Footpath Library.

She is also the Founder and Director of Sydney Nature Kindy and is currently working on fulfilling her dream to open a full-time nature-based childcare centre in Sydney. 

Penny lives in Randwick with her twin girls. She is also a major supporter of the Ian Potter Children's WILD PLAY Garde and a passionate advocate of nature education.

Daniel Janes

BA (Hons), MA, FCA 

Dan is the Managing Director and Co-Head of Investment Banking (Australia and New Zealand) at Bank of America, and previously held senior positions at Credit Suisse and Barclays.

During his 25-year investment banking career in London, New York and Sydney, Dan has advised and led, on behalf of clients, a wide range of high-profile transactions. He is also a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales.

Dan has a long-standing commitment to the preservation and development of urban parklands and lives locally with his wife and two daughters.

Caroline Gurney

BA (Hons) MA

Caroline is a highly talented senior leader and the current Chief Executive of Future Generation, Australia's first listed investment company to combine financial and social returns.

Caroline has held senior roles at UBS and Citibank and has worked in London, across Asia-Pacific and Australia during her career.

Caroline is additionally a Board Member on Our Watch, an ambassador for the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation and a Member of Chief Executive Women. 

Caroline and her family live locally and have a long-standing connection with Centennial Parklands. She was a previous Trustee of the Centennial Park & Moore Park Trust.

Nina Murray 

B Com (with merit) (UNSW), MBA (UTS)

Nina is an experienced non-executive director and has previously worked at Macquarie Bank and PricewaterhouseCoopers. She graduated locally from UNSW with a BA in Commerce and recently completed her MBA at UTS. 

Nina has a longstanding connection with Centennial Parklands as Chair of the Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust's Community Consultative Committee (CCC). She is also an avid park user and has run, picnicked, dog walked, watched movies, scootered, and cycled in and around Centennial Park and Moore Park for more than 20 years.

She is particularly interested in the visitor experience to the Park and in the promotion of its place in the life of Sydney. In this way she hopes to help its preservation and enhancement by helping to strengthen its voice in the community.

Nina is married, with two children and she enjoys playing an active part of the local community.

Allison Langdon

BA (Hons) Journalism

Allison is a much-celebrated Australian television printer, journalist and author,

She is currently the co-host of Channel Nine's Today show with Karl Stefanovic, and former co-host on its weekend edition, Weekend Today, as well as former reporter and presenter on 60 Minutes. 

Allison studied Journalism at Charles Sturt University and is also an Ambassador for R U Ok?, the Mirabel Foundation and the Gidget Foundation. 

She lives close to the Parklands with husband, Michael, and spends most days in the Park's Ian Potter Children's WILD PLAY Garden with her two young children.

She is also a country girl who grew up on a farm and wants to giver her inner-city kids the same experience of playing amongst nature.

Suzie Blinman

BCom/LLB (with merit) (UNSW)

Suzie is an experienced strategy consulting partner, known for strategic advisory at executive and Board level. She is also a successful senior executive across various C-suite roles, with a track record of using strategy to reshape traditional businesses.

Suzie is currently Partner at PWC, and formerly a member of the Multi Channel Network's executive team. She also has extensive experience across media, telco, online, private equity and management consulting.

Suzie has two children and is an outdoor girl at heart.

Macgregor Duncan

BA (1st Hons), LLB (1st Hons) (Adel), MPA (Princeton), LLM (Harvard)

Macgregor has a wealth of experience in multiple fields and is the Co-Founder and Director of Constantinople Holding Company.

Previously, Macgregor led Westpac's corporate and business development team and was the Co-CEO of Westpac's digital bank. He also worked as managing director at a US private equity firm, investment banker at Goldman Sachs, and as a corporate lawyer in New York.

Macgregor lives in Randwick with his wife, Tanya, and their three children, and has been a long-time supporter of the Park - both in his professional and personal life.