By Adam Beck | Executive Director, Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand | Secretariat, Centre for Data Leadership | Administrator, ANZ Digital Twin Hub
Kate’s primary roles across Australia and New Zealand will be to continue to drive the growth of FrontierSI through the creation of large initiatives and new lines of business in collaboration with our partners, lead the development of new partnerships, and management of existing partner relationships. In this role, Kate will combine her technical knowledge of the spatial industry with her exceptional business development and partner engagement skills.
A certified spatial professional and leader, Kate brings with her extensive experience in data and analytics across the data management, utilities, natural resources management, transport and digital sectors. Kate is well known in the spatial industry for her involvement in the private sector and most recently in the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP), having also led projects across Australia and the USA. A Geomatic Engineering and Arts graduate from Melbourne University and joint recipient of the Women’s Leadership award in the 2019 Victorian Spatial Excellence Awards, Kate’s recent role at the DELWP involved leading several innovation pilots which tested industry applications of a modernised cadastre and future digital workflows including integrated 3D and BIM data models, and DELWPs first Digital Twin. We congratulate Kate on the appointment and look forward to a long and successful tenure at FrontierSI.