Gabrielle Upton has 30 years combined experience as a lawyer, banker, government minister and university Deputy Chancellor.
She is an Advisory Board member of the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Quantum Biotechnology headed by the University of Queensland.
In the NSW Government, Gabrielle led the inaugural $500 million Turning Jobs into Ideas: Accelerating R&D in NSW Strategy. Prior to entering Parliament, she served on the Board of Neuroscience Research Australia, NeuRA, one of Australia’s largest medical research institutes on the brain and nervous system, as Legal Counsel at the Australian Institute of Company Directors and on the Corporate Markets and Advisory Committee to the Federal Government.
Gabrielle graduated with a BA LLB from UNSW, an MBA from New York University’s Leonard Stern School of Business and from Harvard Business School’s 2022 Advanced Management Program 203.