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Malcolm Gillett

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Having grown up on a broadacre farming property in Western Australia which he continues to run today, Malcolm is grounded in all aspects of operating and running a regional agricultural business in WA. He has a genuine understanding and empathy with all people who live in rural and remote WA, including personal experience navigating the opportunities and challenges remote regions face on a daily basis.

Having completed Environmental Science and Business studies at a tertiary level (both in Australia and North America), Malcolm also has experience in commercial and operational roles spanning over twenty years with state, national and globally-based agribusiness and industrial companies.

He has a strong passion for bringing environmental, cultural and commercial outcomes to regional communities and people in Western Australia, and prides himself on creating and growing strong connections with landholders, traditional owners and others as part of the largest environmental markets provider in Australia.

 

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