Rainbow Beach’s Kerry Fullarton was congratulated by Energy Skills Queensland CEO Penelope Twemlow
Congratulations to local Rainbow Beach resident Kerry Fullarton who was a finalist in the BHP Billiton Queensland Resources Council Women in Mining and Resources Queensland Awards.
Kerry was a finalist in the Gender Diversity Champion in Queensland Resources category. The award ceremony took place at the Women in Mining and Resources Queensland International Women’s Day breakfast, held in Brisbane.
In 2016, Kerry also received third place in the Australian Centre for Leadership for Women Awards Diversity category. The awards were held at Parliament House in Sydney and acknowledged Kerry’s work in empowering rural, remote and regional women through the Queensland Workforce Skilling Strategy with Energy Skills Queensland over the past five years.
Also in 2016, Kerry was a regional finalist in the Sunshine Coast Community Leader of the Year Australian Institute of Management Leadership Awards, acknowledging her work with the Queensland Workforce Skilling Strategy, as well as other community volunteer roles.
Kerry is currently project managing the CR Rail Employment Project and the NBN Telecommunications projects across Queensland.