Peta Fielding brings impeccable business credentials and Games organising expertise to the GOLDOC Board.
She is the CEO and Director of Burleigh Brewing Company, which she co-founded with her master brewer husband Brennan Fielding in 2006.
After being awarded the inaugural Bond University Law School Scholarship, Peta practised law at Arthur Robinson and Hedderwicks in Melbourne from 1993-1996.
She then worked for two years in Japan with the Nagano 1998 Olympic Winter Games Organising Committee in team liaison, technology, broadcast, volunteer recruitment and training, as well as the provision of legal and language services. Following the Games until 2001 she was the Assistant to the Consul-General at the Australian Consulate General in Hawaii.
For the past nine years, Peta has successfully steered Burleigh Brewing Company’s fortunes through testing economic cycles. She directed the business establishment, finances and investments and continues to manage the company’s unique product and brand development.
In 2013 Burleigh Brewing Company was named the Queensland Telstra Business of the Year and in 2014 the company earned the title of Gold Coast Business of the Year. Peta is the Chair of the Australian Craft Beer Industry Association, a director of the Bond University Council and Chair of the Bond University Alumni Advisory Board.