Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA)
Romilly Madew is the Chief Executive of the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA), a position she has held since February 2005. Immediately prior to this, she managed GBCA's advocacy and public affairs in a consultancy role.

An experienced property advocate, Romilly has previously been a board member and chair of the Urban Committee for the ACT Government's Land Development Agency and was Executive Director of the ACT Division of the Property Council of Australia as well as the National Executive Director of Sustainability.

Romilly's passion for green buildings arose through her work at the Property Council of Australia. She was responsible for establishing the inaugural Sustainability Committee for the ACT Division of the Council, and worked closely with the ACT Government's Office of Sustainability to promote sustainability in the National Capital.

In 2005, Romilly authored the GBCA's publication The Dollars and Sense of Green Buildings 2006 - Building the Business Case for Green Commercial Buildings in Australia.

Romilly has also been involved in the development of the Sustainable Building Pathways report, the national summit on Sustainable Communities and the Business Leaders Forum on Sustainable Development. She also represents the GBCA on the Australian Sustainable Built Environment Council (ASBEC) and is collaborating on its climate change project.

Romilly was also invited to attend the Prime Minister’s 2020 Summit in April 2008 at Parliament House, Canberra. Romilly has a Bachelor of Agriculture Economics from the University of Sydney, and is currently completing her MBA. Romilly has also been awarded the 2009 White Pages Community and Government Award at the NSW Telstra Business Women's Awards.