Kate Dempsey is an organisational consultant who has successfully operated her own business, Kate Dempsey & Associates, for more than 20 years. She assists businesses with change management and organisational review. Prior to her consulting work, she held a number of positions in the public sector and throughout her career, she has been involved in many Boards and Committees – either appointed or elected to represent constituents. She has managed several membership organisations in the past. In addition to her consulting work, Kate is an academic. She has a PhD in Psychology/Management and teaches Masters students at several Australian universities. Her published work on leadership, gender in leadership, conflict resolution, and values in business has appeared in The Local Government Manager, Community Quarterly, Profile, Journal of Socio-Analysis, Group Facilitation Journal and The Board Builder. She has edited a book (with Dr Ly Tran) called Internationalisation in Vocational Education (Springer) and has another book forthcoming, called Let Justice Roll On…
Michelle has over 20 years experience in the digital world with a strong technical background and a vast understanding of the latest web technologies. Starting out in graphic design and then onto web design and web development, Michelle has successfully juggled her freelance business while also working for many companies including DELWP and NFPs such as Save the Children and BCNA. Michelle enjoys beekeeping, gardening, snowboarding, mountain bike riding and pretty much all adventure sports.
Gail is a qualified Accountant (CPA) and registered BAS Agent. She has over twenty years of commercial experience, across Industry, Chartered Accounting and Public Practice. As well as joining the ANZACATA team as their part-time Bookkeeper, Gail also works part-time at a commercial art gallery. These two roles allow Gail to combine her finance skills with her interests in contemporary art and design, creativity, and a holistic approach to living well. Gail enjoys yoga, cooking, camping and travel, a good book, and the beach. She enjoys visiting galleries and museums, but with four sons she also spends many weekends attending children's sport and AFL games!
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Last updated: 16 March 2023