Julieanne Alroe is a leader in the Australian aviation industry. She has over 40 years of experience in aviation and is one of the few women to have run a privatised airport. She planned the $1.3 billion development of Brisbane's parallel runway, one of Australia's most significant infrastructure projects. Since 2017, she has been the Chair of Infrastructure Australia.
Alroe attended St Rita's College in Clayfield, Brisbane. She completed a Bachelor of Economics at the University of Queensland.
From 1981 Alroe commenced employment at Sydney Airport as an assistant director. From 2009 to 2018, she was Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Brisbane Airport Corporation, the operator of Brisbane Airport.
She received an honorary doctorate from Griffith University in 2016 for her outstanding contribution to the aviation industry.