Shae is QTIC’s newly appointed Indigenous Project Officer. Shae will be working with our Indigenous Program Manager Rhonda Appo on the annual QTIC Tourism Indigenous Employment Forum.
Before taking on this new role Shae studied a Bachelor of Business with a Major in Tourism, Leisure and Event Management. She is looking forward to the experiences she will gain within the industry and the knowledge about indigenous cultures and communities that she will also gain.
Shae is eager to become more involved in tourism and events and looks forward to being able to help people in this space.
She enjoys travelling and experiencing new things whether that’s going to a new festival or trying an activity that she hasn’t done before.
Louise joined the QTIC team in November 2019, and has previous experience working in project and event management for professional and not for profit organisations. As the Tourism Capability Program Project Officer, Louise will oversee all administrative activities related to the project.
She is looking forward to working in the tourism industry and exploring regional Queensland.
Tracey has recently joined the QTIC team in the role of Senior Project Officer – Major Events and is primarily responsible for managing the annual program of activities for the Queensland Tourism Awards, QTIC’s pinnacle event that recognises and showcases Queensland’s finest tourism operators.
Tracey holds a Bachelor degree from the University of South Australia with over 15 years’ experience across the fields of event management, stakeholder engagement, partnerships and administration. She has held positions within large and small organisations in the corporate, not for profit, community and volunteer sectors.
Other than spending time with her family, Tracey loves being outdoors particularly on the water participating in the sport of rowing.
Senior Project Officer
Charlotte has recently joined the QTIC team in the role of Senior Project Officer – Membership and Events. She is responsible for coordinating all membership activities, managing the events program and assisting with corporate partnerships.
Charlotte holds an undergraduate and postgraduate degree from the University of Queensland and has more than 10 years’ experience working across events, marketing and communications. She has held positions within private corporations, government and the not-for-profit sector. She is currently studying her MBA part-time.
In her spare time, Charlotte enjoys travelling, spending time with family and attending performing arts shows.