Kellie first became involved with MIFWA through her connections with Leadership WA. Kellie wanted to give back to the community by volunteering her professional skills to not-for-profit organisations. As a result, she helped the Board and Staff of MIFWA to renew and develop the MIFWA Strategic Plan. Kellie subsequently became a Board Member in October 2014.
In addition to her facilitation skills, Kellie contributes her experience in human resources, stakeholder management, community and indigenous relations, safety and change management that have been developed through her work in the education and mining sectors. She has a Bachelor of Psychology, a Post Graduate Diploma of Education (School Psychology) and a Masters degree in Business Administration (MBA).
Kellie cares deeply about the welfare of others, and wishes to break down stigmas associated with mental illness both in the community generally and in the workplace. She is excited by the vision and aspirations of MIFWA and committed to using her skills, and experience to help MIFWA realise its vision and mission