Our weekly appointment wrap includes Clothilde Bullen, Nova Oldfield, Megan Adair, Sophie Bond, Roger Martin and Kudzai Mtsambiwa.
Clothilde Bullen is joining the Art Gallery of WA as curator and head of indigenous programs. Ms Bullen, a Nyoongar and Yamatji woman, previously served at AGWA for a decade as curator of indigenous art until 2015, before taking a position as senior curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Collections and Exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Commercial and business lawyer Nova Oldfield has been made an ordinary member of the State Administrative Tribunal. Since 2007, she has been director and principal lawyer of her firm Oldfield Legal. She was previously Legal Officer at the Public Trustee of Western Australia for five years. Ms Oldfield co-founded the Small Firm Forum, has served on Law Society of WA committees and is a member of the South Metropolitan Health Service Human Research Ethics Committee.
Satterley Property Group has appointed Megan Adair as director of planning. Ms Adair joins from the City of Perth, where she held the role of general manager, planning and economic development. She has 30 years of planning experience including as planning manager at the City of Subiaco and the City of Nedlands, executive director at the Midland Redevelopment Authority and development manager at Investa Property Group.
Sophie Bond has been promoted to principal, architecture at Hassell. Ms Bond has worked at the firm for the past seven years, most recently as a senior associate. She serves as the WA vice president at NAWIC WA. Key projects she has worked on include Sydney Theatre Company’s The Wharf, QV1 plaza redevelopment and Bob Hawke College.
Roger Martin is joining EON Foundation’s board. Mr Martin is a director of corporate advisory firm Wyatt Martin which provides support on Aboriginal affairs and government approvals. He worked as chief of staff to WA Treasurer and Minister of Finance, Lands, Aboriginal Affairs and Energy Ben Wyatt. Prior to this, he worked in corporate affairs at Woodside Petroleum and was a journalist at The Australian.
Coda Minerals has made Kudzai Mtsambiwa chief financial officer. Mr Mtsambiwa is a chartered accountant with 14 years’ experience in the resources sector. For the past eleven years, Mr Mtsambiwa has worked at Pereus Mining as group planning and business analyst and group financial controller.