Dr. Isabel Cane

Founder and Director, Cane Advisory

Dr. Isabel Cane is a strategic leader specializing in anti-corruption and social performance within the infrastructure and minerals industries, committed to achieving results through multi-stakeholder cooperation. As Founder and Director of Cane Advisory, she drives strategic insights and impactful programs across local, national, and international levels, including significant contributions to G7, G20, and ASEAN initiatives.

Isabel is an Industry Fellow of the Sustainable Minerals Institute at the University of Queensland, advising on social research policy that promote responsible mining and geo-political security. She is also a regular contributor to the G20/B20 Compliance and Integrity task force and the Think20 Taskforce on Energy Transition and Sustainable Infrastructure.

Isabel has led several impactful initiatives in key international organizations. At the OECD, Isabel spearheaded the Blue Dot Network, enhancing G7 infrastructure investments, and launched the Galvanising the Private Sector Initiative, a U.S. Summit of Democracies effort to counter corruption.

Previously, at the World Economic Forum’s Partnering Against Corruption Initiative, she led a community of over 100 global CEOs, oversaw strategic anti-corruption initiatives in rapidly reforming countries, and curated high-level discussions at the Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos-Klosters.

Dr. Cane holds a Ph.D. from the University of Queensland and a Bachelor of International Studies (Hons) from the University of Adelaide.