Katrina Tehan has over 15 years’ experience in project management, primarily in a local government and regional development context. She has worked with a diverse range of industries including manufacturing, agribusiness, education, retail, and tourism.
Katrina brings energy and business management experience to the projects she facilitates. She has been involved in business mentoring, economic development and tourism, infrastructure investment, marketing, finance, community development and the outdoor leadership sectors.
As Economic and Tourism Manager with the Shire of Campaspe from 2004-2009 Katrina was instrumental in winning over $4 million for Council’s industrial precinct developments in Echuca, Kyabram and Rochester. Since 2010, Katrina has focused on writing funding applications and preparing tenders for business, community, local government and non-profit organisations across Australia.
A graduate of the Fairley Leadership Program in 2006, Katrina is passionate about regional Australian economies, its people, community and its prosperity. This coupled with the deep desire to help others achieve their dreams, as well as practical and academic experience has resulted in a strong track record of success.