WIAA 100: Wendy Dymond

23 Mar, 2014 01:00 AM

WENDY Dymond works with people in regional communities to assist with developing skills, a shared vision, identifying projects and implementing solutions.

Her passion for this work has taken her to many corners of rural and regional Australia working with agribusiness, mining, tertiary education, government and community groups.

As a consultant in her business ThinkScape, Wendy undertakes discrete consultancy projects in facilitating community change, corporate governance and project development.

Her clients in the last two years have included Curtin Business School, Cliffs Natural Resources, Australian Sandalwood Association, Australian Forestry Growers, Wheatbelt NRM, Curtin University, South West Catchments Council, Bunbury City Council, WA Farmers and the Global Foundation.

Young people have always been a particular focus of Wendy’s work.

A mother of three children, now young adults, she is passionate to assist in developing meaningful career opportunities for regionally based work.

She has spent more than 25 years in the education sector lecturing at Muresk, developing and delivering courses and devising curricula that meet the changing demands of agribusiness industries.


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