2016 NSW Exceptional Young Woman in Mining - Phillipa Salm

August 16, 2016

Phillipa Salm - 2016 NSW Exceptional Young Woman in Mining
Mining Supervisor, Mount Thorley Warkworth, Coal & Allied 

Phillipa is a determined, passionate and ambitious professional mining engineer who has extensive experience in technical mining disciplines, with goals to gain experience in leadership and people management through a production supervisor position. Attaining the Open Cut Examiner’s ticket in 2015 was a step towards this goal. 
Phillipa is committed to not only the minerals sector as a whole but also to the advancement of women in this industry and demonstrates this by acting as a mentor and role model. 
She personally spearheaded a campaign to obtain funding to participate in the WIMnet Mentoring Program and also funding for Coal & Allied’s sponsorship of the program at the highest level.

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