Caroline Robinson is an advocate for rural communities and the businesses, leaders and organisations within them. She is solutions focused, a creative strategic and broad thinker, bringing networks, services and information that will benefit rural communities and help them to grow.
Based on her family farm in the eastern Wheatbelt, Caroline founded the Wheatbelt Business Network which has since grown into a regional business association with impact.
Caroline has skills in group facilitation and also holds an Australian Institute of Company Directors qualification. She has held board positions on State Government and current positions include the Secretary /Treasurer of the Regional Chambers of Commerce and Industry WA and Bendigo Bank Bruce Rock.
Caroline was AgriFutures National and Western Australian Rural Woman of the Year in 2011 and is a passionate advocate for rural Australia.
Thank you to the RRR Network for working with us to put together this series.
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