Wyatt Roy

Strategic Advisor | SunDrive Solar


Wyatt Roy


Wyatt served in the Australian House of Representatives and was the Assistant Minister for Innovation in the Turnbull Government. At age 20, he was the youngest person elected to the Australian Parliament; at 25, he was the youngest Minister in the history of the Commonwealth.

Wyatt chaired the House and Senate’s Joint Standing Committees on Treaties. He oversaw three major free trade agreements with South Korea, Japan, and China. As Minister Wyatt was a key architect of the National Innovation and Science Agenda, consisting of 24 policies across nine government departments designed to expand innovation and entrepreneurship in Australia.

He was previously Managing Director of Australia for Afiniti, a multi-billion-dollar US-based Ai company that optimises customer interactions with large corporations, served on the board of the Tech Council of Australia, a Senior Advisor to McKinsey & Company and is currently a non-executive director of Advance and a strategic advisor to SunDrive Solar, an Australian solar company that has developed the world’s most efficient commercial sized solar cell. In 2010 Wyatt was GQ Magazine’s Politician of the Year and had been named on Forbes magazine's 30 under 30 in Asia list.


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