elizabeth brennan

Program Manager, Marketing Specialist, and Industry Leader in Wongan Hills, Australia

elizabeth brennan

Program Manager, Marketing Specialist, and Industry Leader in Wongan Hills, Australia

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"I fall in love with people's passion - the way their eyes light up when they talk about the thing they love and the way they fill with light..."

Coordination of DFAT-ACIAR co-funded Transformative Agriculture and Enterprise Development Program (TADEP) in Papua New Guinea

Commissioner for the Agricultural Produce Commission

Non-Executive Director for regenerative food and farming company, Wide Open Agriculture (ASX:WOA)

Board Director of the Rural, Regional and Remote Women's Network of Western Australia (affectionately known as the RRR Network)

Mentor in the Australia Awards Women's Leadership Initiative

Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (MAICD) and Fellow of the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation (FARLF), having been awarded a scholarship by Fairfax Agricultural Media through the Future Farmers Network

Selected to participate in the Aus-PNG Network Emerging Leaders Dialogue facilitated by the Lowy Institute and DFAT, which brought together young and dynamic leaders from across the two countries

Farmers for Climate Action Rural Futures Taskforce Advisory Panel, exploring policy recommendations to diversify regional economies in ways that don’t rely solely on the resource industry

Developed and implemented successful domestic and export marketing strategy for WA's largest citrus operation and family business, Moora Citrus

Past President, Vice President and Company Secretary of Australian Women in Agriculture and Board Director representing Western Australia

2016 WA Young Achiever of the Year and inaugural Women in Australian Agribusiness 100 (WiAA100) Outstanding Emerging Leader

Help shape the future of the New WA Museum and yarn with WWII ex-Prisoners of War to create the Burma Thailand Railway Memorial Association newsletter

Assisted in developing WA business Influential Women which enabled women to become advocates for the agricultural industry

Make jam to raise funds for Alzheimer's Australia in honour of Danny and Barb