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Peter Morris has worked in the communications industries for the past 20 years, most recently through his company Telesis Consulting. His work has dealt with higher order strategic and technology and economic development policy issues. In recent years his work has focussed on innovation policies and the development of regional knowledge economies.

Before establishing his consulting practice, Peter worked extensively in the media, including industry magazines, radio and television at all levels from journalist through editorial and management roles. He has also held a range of senior management positions within government focussed on industry and economic development.

Peter holds a Masters degree in Science and Technology Policy from Murdoch University.

Peter Morris, Principal,
Telesis Consulting

June Moorhouse - Strategic Planning, Policy Development and Facilitation
Has over 20 years professional experience in the arts, working in senior positions across all art forms. As June Moorhouse Consulting she provides project and special events development and management; expert Chairing and facilitation; community development and capacity building through the arts. Services to arts managers and organisations include strategic planning, policy development and mentoring. Specialist areas include community and regional cultural development.


Yvonne Holland has over ten years experience in senior management both in the arts and the banking industry. This has included operational, financial and staff management for organisations with up to 25 staff on direct report. In recent years, Yvonne has developed an extensive understanding of the arts context for management with particular experience in working with funding agencies.




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