Mark Anderson is a Wadjela (white fella) and has worked across Western Australia for 10 years in the Kimberley and Pilbara Regions and 20 years in the south of the state. Mark has and continues to sit on regional, state and national boards contributing to the economic, structural, environmental and social sectors. Mark has worked in the corporate and community sectors for over 35 years with the last 25 years in senior management. He has run professional, team and organisational development with the health, justice, corporate (local, state, national and international), government (both state and national), education and community sectors. This has involved working directly with Aboriginal Trainees in the Kimberley through to senior executives of national corporations, including guest lecturing at Universities. Mark has and continues to sit on a range of government and non-government advisory and funding boards including in the past the Judging Panel for the Prime Minister’s Community Business Partnership Award. Mark has a Bachelor of Social Science, is in the final year of his Masters at UWA and is an Internationally Accredited Partnership Broker.
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