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Emma White

Emma White

CEO

Emma was previously an Executive Director with the NT Department of the Chief Minister. Her experience includes nearly twenty years working across WA, the NT and Queensland in various policy development, community relations, stakeholder engagement and Indigenous capacity building roles. This has been primarily from working for government and industry and includes significant exposure to issues relating to Northern Australian Development. Emma has previously worked in both the Kimberley and Pilbara regions and has a comprehensive understanding of the stakeholders and the issues affecting the regions. Emma has a Bachelors degree and Masters degree in Economics from UWA.

Pip Short

Pip Short

Pilbara Manager

Prior to joining KPCA, Pip was the Pilbara Coordinator with Greening Australia for nearly three and a half years which saw her managing environmental projects on pastoral leases and working with Aboriginal Ranger teams to achieve training and conservation outcomes, in particular with the Yandeyarra Ranger group. Whilst working with Greening Australia, she was awarded the inaugural Young Leader of the Year award in 2015. Prior to this, Pip was the Coordinator for Care for Hedland, a local environmental group, where she managed the local turtle monitoring program, coordinated a Garden Club, waste and sustainability initiatives and facilitated land care trips with volunteers out to Yarrie and De Grey Stations. Pip is originally from Sydney and has lived in Port Hedland since 2012. She has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Sydney.

Grey Mackay

Grey Mackay

Kimberley Manager

Grey has been the Northern Program Manager with Rangelands NRM for over 5 years. With this role he has established many trusted relationships throughout the Kimberley and Pilbara and has worked extensively with stakeholders to bring about positive change. Before moving to Broome in 2012, Grey was the National Partnership Manager with Greening Australia fostering partnerships to better manage the environment. Prior to this role he was the WA Business Development manager with a spatial company (GIS, Satellite Imagery, Surveying) working with all the mining companies in the Pilbara. With this merging of business and environment, Grey is able to find a balance between social, environment and economic needs. Grey grew up in Perth, he has a Bachelor of Social Science (Environmental Management) and is married with 4 children.