Committee Members are elected at each Annual General Meeting for a two year term. At the end of their term, committee members are eligible for re-election.
All positions are voluntary and Committee Members are expected to actively manage a portfolio within the Committee, regularly attend Committee meetings (held monthly) and assist at WA Mining Club events.
Kirsty is Founder and Director of Platform Communications, and has more than 18 years’ experience in corporate communications, marketing and public relations in the resources sector. A committee member since 2013, Kirsty manages the Club’s marketing activities. Kirsty is also a Board Member of the Petroleum Club of WA, Solaris Care, Curtin University Faculty of Humanities (Chair), Role Models Advisories Board and the AOG Diversity and Inclusion Committee.
Neil has over 30 years extensive experience in providing insurance and risk management solutions to mining and allied industries at Gibbscorp. Neil was elected President in 2010 and takes over the role of Vice President for 2017.
Damian Quail has practiced as a lawyer for over 18 years in the corporate, business, resources, software and technology fields. He has recently worked on a number of large gold exploration, agribusiness and construction contract matters.
Damian adopts a pragmatic approach with a strong focus on ensuring his advice adds value to his client’s businesses. Finding solutions to a problem and ensuring legal advice is an enabler of a transaction, rather than a barrier to completing a deal, is foremost in Damian’s approach. Damian currently sits on the Scholarships Committee and is Club Secretary.
Ian is a partner with Deloitte, and has an extensive background in the resources industry. Ian joined the committee in 2014 and currently acts as the Club Treasurer and sits on the Marketing Committee.
Damian is a consulting engineer with over 30 years’ experience in the resource sector. Damian joined the WA Mining Club committee in 2011 and assists with organising the student scholarships.
Kristie began her career as a Mining Engineer over 20 years ago. She is currently Business Development Account Director for EY Director of Diversity Network, an Associate of Curtin University and a UQ Perth EAIT Alumni Ambassador. She is a mentor with WIMWA, WASMGA & AHRI, and is a Graduate of the AICD.
Kristie sits in the WAMC Marketing portfolio. Kristie also sat on the WAMC Committee in 2006 and 2007.
Craig is an experienced corporate advisor and executive coach built on over twenty years international, senior management of large and small resource companies. Craig has been actively involved in the Club since 2005 and joined the 2014 committee in the marketing portfolio and now sits on the Membership Committee.
Director – Strategic Intent
T: +61 0421 040 863
Andrew Stanbury has 20+ years’ experience in Health, Safety, Environmental and Emergency Management across many industry sectors in Australia. He has extensive experience in high level Policy and Standard development including working closely with Regulators to develop National Standards and Codes of Practice.
T: +61 0407 767 774
Peter is a senior executive with over 35 years’ experience in gold and base metals mining operations, exploration and development. He is keen to utilise his broad industry network and knowledge combined with understanding of governance and strategy and an interest in advancing the next generation of students, graduates and professionals
Managing Director – Independence Group
T: (08) 9238 8300
Viv has over 30 years’ experience in mining covering owner operator and contractor managed operations. He has exposure to most commodities and is currently General Manager Iron Ore BC Iron. Viv has served on the Mining Club committee previously assisting on the Scholarship and Marketing Committees and now sits on the Membership Committee.
General Manager Iron Ore – BC Iron
T: +61 0407 477 959
Members of the WA Mining Club receive access to a broad range of industry speakers, who discuss technical, operational, legislative and regulatory matters, as well as sharing thoughts on the broader industry.
Our monthly luncheons are regularly attended by in excess of 300 members, all eager to listen, talk and share information about their experiences with their industry peers.
Being a member of the WA Mining Club provides the very best opportunity around to meet other industry professionals and discuss topical issues, challenges and innovations with others across the spectrum of the Western Australian mining industry.