Kate Morrissey

Portrait shot of Kate Morrissey

Manager Industry Councils, Chamber of Commerce NT

Originating from Ireland and the United Kingdom, Kate came to the Northern Territory (NT), Australia in 2011 where shortly after she joined the Chamber of Commerce NT as the admin and research officer for two industry councils, the NT Manufacturers Council and the International Business Council.

Kate has a Batchelor Degree of Business - Small and Medium Enterprise and has worked in finance, banking and customer service roles prior to the Chamber NT.

Kate was appointed as the assistant manager for the industry councils in 2017 and has acted in the manager role on various occasions while senior management were on leave.

Kate is proud to call the Territory home and strives to work with and for the needs of local business. Over her nine year tenure, Kate has co-lead member focused initiatives, advocated the concerns and feedback of the community to boards, senior management and government, and has assisted in the delivery of positive outcomes and reforms.

Kate has participated in various steering committees and working groups with industry-specific focus, including the recent NT Government’s Steel Sector Study and an IBC-lead international education working group.

Kate has extensive experience in event coordination and has worked to deliver successful key events and programs including the annual Chief Minister’s NT Export and Industry Awards, a Buy Local Industry Forum, oil and gas, and defence-related opportunity forums and the annual production of the NT Services Suppliers and Manufacturers Directory.

A valuable member of the Chamber NT team, Kate holds a wealth of knowledge across all internal departments.

Kate Morrissey was appointed industry councils manager for the Chamber of Commerce NT in April 2020.

Last updated: 15 January 2021

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