Currently the Executive Director of the Magnetite Network- MagNet, Megan formed this industry group in 2009 to represent the interests of magnetite producers and has been active on carbon tax, MRRT and infrastructure issues. Energy and resource companies are also current clients.
As inaugural Chairman of the North West Iron Ore Alliance Megan facilitated the securing of 50 million tonnes at Port Hedland inner harbour in 2008 and rail access outcomes for five junior ASX-listed mining companies including Atlas Iron.
For the last twelve years Megan has represented a range of ASX 200 companies in diverse industries including aviation,construction, health, tourism, large greenfields resource and energy projects and aided the formation of the DomGas Alliance in 2006.
With five years parliamentary experience as Member for Kalgoorlie and various Shadow Ministries, Megan is uniquely placed to guide corporate clients through the political and bureaucratic process of all tiers of Government. This knowledge, together with Megan’s practise of law for eleven years makes for keen skills in obtaining political support, policy and regulatory outcomes.
Megan is a specialist government relations adviser who is adept at identifying simple effective methods to reach corporate goals. In collaborating with key stakeholders to achieve the client’s strategic goals she has built networks across the State. She has in-depth understanding of contemporary issues as diverse as regulation, native title, infrastructure funding, approvals, climate change and corporate social responsibility. She maintains strong links to many regional communities and the media.
Megan was a Director of the Esperance Port Authority for six years. She holds degrees in Law and Arts from the University of Melbourne, is a Justice of the Peace, an accredited Mediator (LEADR), Graduate AICD and a registered State and Federal lobbyist.
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