2018 NSW Women in Mining Awards - Winners announced

March 16, 2018

16 March 2018


2018 NSW Women in Mining Awards - Winners announced


The winners of the NSW Mining Women in Mining Awards have been announced today, recognising the increasing contribution women make to our world class mining industry and mining supply chain in NSW.


Minister for Mental Health, Minister for Women, and Minister for Ageing Tanya Davies MP presented the Awards at a special event at McCullough Robertson Lawyers in Sydney.

 

“Women make significant contributions to a range of industries across NSW every day and mining is no exception. These awards are an excellent celebration of the achievements and opportunities for women pursuing a career in mining,” Minister Davies said.


“Our NSW Women in Mining Awards acknowledge highly skilled women making an important contribution to a successful mining industry here in NSW,” NSW Minerals Council CEO Stephen Galilee said today.


“Our finalists are also making very important contributions to the NSW economy and to local mining communities right across the state,” Mr Galilee said.


NSW Women in Mining Award Winners


Exceptional woman in NSW mining - sponsored by Mine Wealth + Wellbeing

Nicole Brook - Glencore Coal Assets Australia


Exceptional young woman in NSW mining - sponsored by BHP

Kristy Christensen - South32 Illawarra Coal


Gender diversity champion - sponsored by BHP

Deirdra Tindale - BHP / WIMnet


Excellence in diversity programs and performance in NSW - sponsored by BHP

Diversity and Inclusion at GHD - GHD


Outstanding Tradeswoman / Operator / Technician - sponsored by BHP

Hana Newbury - Peabody, Wilpinjong Coal Mine


Contact: Harry Stutchbury | hstutchbury@nswmining.com.au | 0409 758 734 | 02 9274 1419

 

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