Duke makes the finals

TAD Western Australian general manager Sarah Duke has been short listed as a finalist in the Telstra Business Woman of the Year Awards in the Commonwealth Private and Corporate Sector Award.

This is the second time she has been short listed as a finalist in these awards.

The category is open to employees in the private and corporate sectors, or owners with less than a 50 per cent share of a business.

Ms Duke has more than 15 years of recruitment experience and extensive experience in the oil and gas industry.

She has been instrumental in winning multi-million dollar engineering and commercial contracts for the industry’s biggest oil and gas organisations.

Besides her work with TAD, Ms Duke is on the Petroleum Club WA board of governors, a committee member of the Recruitment Consulting Services Association, the Local Chambers and the Human Resources Institute and is a member of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

WA Business Woman of the Year Award winners will be announced on October 3 and national winners will be announced on October 24 and 25.

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