New VP for digital buildings at Schneider

Schneider Electric

Monday, 30 November, 2020


New VP for digital buildings at Schneider

Schneider Electric has announced the appointment of Louise Monger as Vice President of Digital Buildings in Australia.

Monger comes to Schneider after nine years at AMP Capital, where she held the post of Program Director of Technology & Innovation - Real Estate.

With 20 years’ experience in technical and leadership roles across a range of sectors and disciplines, Monger brings a high level of commercial, operational and technology expertise to Schneider.

Starting her career as an electrician, Monger spent the early years of her career as a Facilities Manager at both Johnson Controls and ISS.

Monger is a respected thought leader in the real estate technology industry and has spoken on many panels both domestically and internationally. She is also a known voice on diversity and inclusion in the industry.

Schneider Electric Pacific Zone President Gareth O’Reilly welcomed the appointment.

“Louise brings a wealth of experience to this role, including her deep and hands-on expertise in both energy management and property sectors. She is a proven leader and her industry insights will be invaluable to her role here at Schneider Electric.

“This appointment will help Schneider continue to provide innovative technological building systems for its clients. We’re excited to welcome a seasoned industry leader like Louise,” O’Reilly said.

Speaking on her new role, Monger was thrilled to embark on her new journey at Schneider: “I’m looking forward to working with the team at Schneider, and can’t wait to draw on my experience to take the team to new heights.

“We see huge potential for technology to create even more efficient and sustainable buildings in Australia, and I’m excited to be part of Schneider’s next stage of growth in this sector,” she said.

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