Find out about CEDA's governance structures and advisory bodies.
CEDA is not restricted by vested interests or political persuasion. Our agenda is overseen by a who's who of Australia's leaders from business, politics and academia whose focus is on driving debate and critical analysis of the most important topic of the day.
At the helm is Acting CEDA Chief Executive, Hamilton Calder and National Chairman, Paul McClintock AO.
CEDA's patrons have made valuable contributions to CEDA over many years.
CEDA's advisory body of eminent Australians provides unparalleled insight and advice on national policy challenges.
CEDA's Board of Directors provides strategic advice and includes Australian business and policy leaders.
CEDA's CCEP include Australia's best and brightest policy minds from academic institutions, businesses and public sector organisations who guide CEDA's research agenda.
CEDA's state advisory councils offer guidance to state directors on local policy issues.
CEDA's Constitution is a document that gives clarity to its operations.