Angela’s background includes formal qualifications from the University of Western Australia in accounting and marketing/management, a working career including 10 years’ experience in resources marketing with (Rio Tinto) and 10 years in the health sector, as well as extensive small business experience including running her own enterprises, Sugar Plum Farm (Fruit Production and Export), The Playhouse (Childcare), The Produce Place (Vegetable Wholesaling) and Billo Machinery (Horticultural Machinery Importing).
Angela has been recognised for her achievements and in 2002 was as an inaugural winner of the WA 40-Under-40 Award and in the same year was also awarded the Western Australia Rural Woman of the Year. Both of these awards were for her efforts in the small business sector, simultaneously running her own business enterprises of Sugar Plum Farm, the Produce Place, Billo Machinery and the Playhouse. In 2007 she was a second time recipient of the 40-Under-40 award for her position as CEO of Imaging the South (ITS) and the following year (2008) was selected as the winner of the WA Telstra Business Women’s Hudson Private and Corporate Sector Award, again for her role at ITS.
Angela has worked on a number of committees and boards in a number of sectors, including agricultural advisory boards and health businesses, and is a long standing board member of MelanomaWA.
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