Kate George

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Kate George
Director / Bugardi
Dr Kate George is a Putejurra woman from the Murchison-Gascoyne region in Western Australia. She was the first Aboriginal student to graduate in law from the Australian National University, the first Aboriginal woman admitted to practise law in WA, and the first Aboriginal woman to chair an ASX-listed company when she joined Ten Sixty Four in November 2022.

Dr George is a distinguished legal, resources industry and indigenous business leader with a unique background of experience in the public, corporate and community sectors. Her areas of specialty include law, governance, community development and planning in key areas including health, economic development and training.

Dr George has held senior public service positions, including as a ministerial advisor at both the State and Federal levels, and as a consultant in the resources sector. She was managing director of PwC’s Indigenous Consulting, and acting chief executive of the Puntukurnu Aboriginal Medical Service in the East Pilbara.

Dr George is focused on creating economic development opportunities for Aboriginal people in the Pilbara. She is an inaugural inductee into the WA Women’s Hall of Fame, and was involved in the development of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People.

Person Activity

Kate George
NEW ROLE: Director, Bugardi07 May 2024
Ten Sixty Four in voluntary administration
NEWS: Tagged in Ten Sixty Four in voluntary administration03 Jul 2023
NEWS: Tagged in Board Moves June 19, 202319 Jun 2023
Ten Sixty Four chair quits after six months
NEWS: Tagged in Ten Sixty Four chair quits after six months 19 Jun 2023
MinRes hires Colleen Hayward
NEWS: Tagged in MinRes hires Colleen Hayward12 Dec 2022
Kate George
NEW ROLE: Non-Executive Chair, Ten Sixty Four11 Nov 2022

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