• WA Mining Club Lunch
    Western Australia’s mining sector has a significant contribution to our State and national economy.
  • Corporate Golf Event WA Mining Club
    Dust off those clubs and prepare for a day of networking on the range. The Golf Tournament will be an Ambrose event with awards and networking drinks throughout.
  • Young Professionals WA Mining Club Event
    Western Australian Mining Industry Young Professionals are driving diversification and innovation within the mining industry.
  • WA Mining Clup Perth Networking events
  • Welcome to country WA Mining Club
    Welcome to Country
  • WA Mining Club Lunch
    WA Mining Club Networking Luncheon at Optus Stadium

Upcoming Events

Connecting the WA mining industry

The West Australian Mining Club (WAMC) was formed in 1972 by a group of dedicated Perth based industry professionals who recognised the value of meeting regularly to network and discuss industry issues.

Members include leaders from mining companies and associated industries including geologists, engineers, metallurgists, accountants, economists, lawyers, journalists, government representatives, university researchers, technical representatives, drilling company representatives, suppliers and more. The Club always welcomes new members.

Meet the Committee

  • Natalie Taylor
    President, Partnerships/Sponsorships

    She has been in the mining industry for 11 years in a variety of roles. She is passionate about the future of the industry and the people working in it. She has been an active member of the Club for a number of years. Is committed to and is a strong advocate for inclusiveness and diversity in the industry. She is also committed to empowering the next generation through learning opportunities, career pathways and connecting experienced mining professionals with emerging leaders, with the goal to pass knowledge and strategise beyond generations.

    Manager, Career Enrichment Program – Roy Hill

  • Sharon Goddard
    Secretary, Governance

    Sharon joined Gold Road in June 2011 and has more than 20 years’ experience in mining, agribusiness and legal.

    Her responsibilities include managing corporate aspects of the organisation, external affairs, native title, marketing and day-to-day operations.

    Previously Sharon was Practice Manager for a newly merged Perth law firm, Middletons, and was instrumental in the fit-out and set-up of the new merged office, including implementation of an IT solution, financial and human resources functions and risk and compliance.  She has also worked for Wesfarmers as Executive Assistant to the Finance Director and assisted with all investor relations briefings including Annual and Half Yearly Results presentations and roadshows, as well as preparation of national roadshows to analysts, fund managers and shareholders.

    She holds a Masters of Business Administration, is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and has a Diploma in Financial Markets.

    General Manager, Corporate – Gold Road Resources

  • Hanns
    Treasurer

    Hanns is a Senior Manager at Deloitte with strong experience in auditing large listed and multinational companies in Australia and overseas. He has been involved in the audits of ASX200 companies, predominantly in the mining industry

    Hanns acts as the Club Treasurer and brings a collaborative operating style and proven ability to develop strong working relationships to the Club. He holds a Masters of Professional Accounting and is a Chartered Accountant with CAANZ (Australia)

    Senior Manager – Deloitte

     

  • Dani Tamati
    Memberships and Scholarships

    Dani’s passion are people and employment opportunities in the mining and resources sectors.  From engaging school kids to ‘plant the seed’ and consider careers in the sector through her Non-For Profit Vice-Chair role with CoRE Learning Foundation. 
     
    Her experience in the diversity and inclusion space within her consultancies, both THE resources HUB and Resourceful Women, engage, encourage, empower and facilitate women to return to the industry.  Equally, Dani has broad experience with creating and implementing strategies for Pilbara Indigenous community local employment initiatives. 

    Managing Director – THE resources HUB

  • Paul Young
    Marketing, Governance, Scholarships

    Paul has been a member of the WA Mining Club for over 4 years and is committed to ensuring it stays relevant to the junior and mid tier miners who are the life blood and entrepreneurial spirit of the club. Paul is a Civil Engineer and Project Manager and has been in the mining sector for over 30 years in regional residential and FIFO management and operational roles.

    Project Manager – Stantec

     

  • Jordan Rogers
    Young Professionals, Events

    Jordan is Lead for the Young Professionals subcommittee and a support member for partnerships. She has a passionate interest in the future evolution of the industry and through her work with the WAMC, is working to advocate for intersectional diversity and inclusion across the sector.

    Jordan has worked in the Mining and Resources industry since 2014 and is a member of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG). Her work has specialised in Archean greenfield orogenic gold exploration and geographic information science.

    Resource Geologist, Gold Road Resources

  • Felicity Jones
    Memberships, Governance

    Felicity Jones has been an active member of the WA Mining Club for over 10 years. In her “business hours” job she is the Leader of the Approvals, Strategy and Compliance Group at 360 Environmental. She has been engaged in environmental management, impact assessment, approvals and research since 2000.  

    Leader – Approvals Strategy and Compliance, 360 Environmental

  • Yuluwirri McGrady

    Scholarships

    Yulu is a highly motivated and results driven professional, with a deep passion for business & leadership development. Yulu thrives when tasked with building connections with key stakeholders and clients, using strong emotional intelligence.

    Yulu is committed to encouraging and empowering the next generation of Indigenous leaders to take advantage of the vast career opportunities within the resource sector.

    Yulu is a proud Goomilaroi man originating from Toomelah, located in northern NSW.

     

  • Jordan Pedley

    Young Professionals, Marketing, Events

    Jordan has over 8 years of experience in the mining industry and holds a Bachelor degree from Curtin University in Commerce, majoring in marketing and management. Jordan was exposed to the mining industry from a young age through her family’s mining services and manufacturing business. She currently holds the positon of Director of Strategic Initiatives within MAX Plant and Striker and sits on the company board. Being of Indigenous heritage, Jordan was raised within a diverse family.  She strongly believes in inclusivity, innovation and participating in the ongoing development of the mining industry. Jordan is passionate about giving back to the community and plays crucial roles in NFP organisations.

     

    Director of Strategic Initiative – MAX Plant