Mark Simpson is a director of Keogh Bay's consulting services. Mr Simpson has qualifications in education and training, and spent over 20 years living & working in the Pilbara region providing training services since 1982. In mid-1980s, he wrote the curriculum and established the Environmental Health Worker training program in the Pilbara, Kimberley and mid-west Gascoyne regions. Mr Simpson has also managed the Ashburton Campuses of West Pilbara College of TAFE, established & ran the onsite offices of Pundulmurra College, and was the foundation managing director of Pundulmurra College when it was established as an independent college under a board of predominately Aboriginal people in 1993. He was also the training manager at Rio Tinto Iron Ore with responsibility for all training, apprentices and trainees, education, and Aboriginal employment. Mr Simpson served on numerous boards including Tourism WA, Skills Formation Taskforce, Pilbara TAFE, Pindan College, and the Australian Apprenticeship Taskforce.