Sally Loane joined the FSC as Chief Executive Officer in December 2014.
Prior to this she had an extensive career in the corporate sector, working at Coca-Cola Amatil from 2006-2014 as the Director of Media and Public Affairs, and in the media industry, where she worked as a journalist for Australia's major print, radio and television media organisations.
Sally spent several years in the press gallery in Parliament House, Canberra as a journalist, and five and a half years as a broadcaster for ABC radio in Sydney where she hosted the Morning program on 702 ABC Sydney. She worked as a journalist, columnist and feature writer for The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, The Sun, The Courier-Mail, the Sun Herald and The National Times, and as a reporter on Channel 10.Her first book, an investigative examination of Australia’s child-care industry, was published in 1997.
Sally is a director of Waratahs Rugby P/L, SCEGGS Darlinghurst, a governor of the Cerebral Palsy Foundation, co-deputy chair of the Committee for Sydney and a member of the Salvation Army’s Media Advisory Board. She chaired the Salvation Army’s Sydney East Doorknock Appeal from 2008-2011.