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Episode 60: Kate Badgery-Parker on navigating the world of marketing and boards. “We should really be on Facebook.”

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Today on the Take on Board podcast, I speak to Kate Badgery-Parker about what boards need to think about when considering marketing issues and making sure they stay in a strategic space.

Kate is on the board of a Onemda and not-for-profit disability services provider supporting more than 200 adults with intellectual disabilities. She’s also a member of the risk and compliance subcommittee. Kate is also the vice chair and treasurer of Marketing Women Incorporated Victoria, a small volunteer group who connect and educate marketing women.

After more than 20 years in blue chip consumer service organisations including RACV and Wesfarmers Insurance, Kate consults as a senior marketing manager and strategist. She helps the commercial sector and not-for-profits to define marketing strategies and improve marketing performance. She also works one-on-one coaching and mentoring marketers at all levels. She’s got a Masters in Marketing and formal training in coaching and group facilitation.

And Kate lives in Melbourne with a rescue greyhound who I’ve just met via zoom and a small grey tabby cat.

Headshot of Kate Badgery-Parker.

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