Premier's Council for Women Members
Fiona Dorman- Chair
Fiona Dorman- Chair
Fiona has been involved in the formation and development of numerous successful South Australian businesses. She is a passionate advocate for women’s issues including gender equality, leadership, financial security, locally and nationally, and is passionate to find ways to enable and advance women's participation.
Marli has extensive experience in procurement and currently heads procurement at ASC Pty Ltd which is Australia’s largest locally owned defence prime contractor based in South Australia and Western Australia. Marli is an active participant in a number of diversity and inclusion matters. She has also worked in procurement for Santos, OneSteel and other mining and resources companies.
Kelly Baker Jamieson
Kelly Baker Jamieson
Kelly Jamieson founded Edible Blooms with her sister Abbey, which began as a small business start-up in 2005 and has grown to be the current winner of Canstar's 2022 Australian Online Gift Delivery Company award. Kelly and her team are also previous National Telstra Business Award winners. An advocate for women leading in business, Kelly was named the 2011 SA Telstra Business Woman of the Year and is a 2018 inductee to the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur Winning Women program. In her spare time, Kelly can be found jumping off the Port Elliot jetty fully clothed, challenging her team to how many chocolates they can eat in a day or busting embarrassing disco moves with her husband and two children.
Shingi is a Nursing and Health Promotion graduate. Currently employed in the mental health sector.
Shingi is passionate about advocating for issues affecting young women, with a focus on addressing, cultural, racial and gender bias affecting young immigrant women.
In 2017, Shingi was involved in the creation of the African student Council, an initiative to promote networking for University students to increases chances of employment at a graduate level. Shingi is also a council member for the Council of Migrant and Refugee Women of SA. A council which aims to bring together strong community voices with institutional reach, and policy advocacy networks to facilitate opportunities for migrant and refugee women to directly engage in driving positive change at the state and national level.
Karen is a Yorta Yorta woman. Karen has a Bachelor of Design from the University of South Australia and a Diploma in Applied Design (Multimedia) from TAFE SA and runs her own business, KLB Creative. In her work as a graphic designer, Karen comes with well-established solid working relationships with Aboriginal Elders, Aboriginal community and other Aboriginal workers across Government.
Nerida is the Executive Director of Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation in the Department of the Premier and Cabinet. Her previous positions have included Director of Culture and Heritage in the Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation Division, General Manager of the Aboriginal Housing Authority and Executive Director of Children Youth and Family Services within the Department of Families and Communities.
Nerida has a long involvement with social justice issues and was previously a member of the Aboriginal Justice Consultative Committee.
In 2016 Nerida was awarded the Public Service Medal for outstanding public service in the provision of leadership and advocacy in the area of Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation.
Kirsty has over 25 years’ experience in the in the information technology industry, including 16 years working in regional Asia and Asia Pacific roles. While Adelaide based, she is currently working in Microsoft Industry Solutions as their Worldwide Sales Excellence Director, with Worldwide and Asia region responsibilities.
She has qualifications in arts, politics and legal studies from Flinders University and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Natalie Wade is a prominent disability rights lawyer and advocate. As the Founder and Principal Lawyer of Equality Lawyers, Natalie is a leader in providing premium legal advice and representation to people with disabilities and their families. Natalie has been involved in several law reform and human rights campaigns concerning women and girls with disabilities including the Every Woman Treaty campaigning for an international treaty to end violence against women and girls, and was a Management Committee Member for the Working Women's Centre SA.
Isobel Marshall was awarded the 2021 Young Australian of the Year award for her work co-founding TABOO, a social enterprise dedicated to ending period poverty. Isobel has focused on advocating for reproductive healthcare, gender equality and the role of social enterprise, with a goal of reforming the social and structural factors that perpetuate period poverty. Having stepped back from this role, Isobel is now focused on her medical studies at the University of Adelaide and was a panel member for the first Independent Review into Australia's response to COVID-19.
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