Ken Vowles appointed to board of Northern Hub to support drought resilience and agricultural producers in NT and WA
The Northern Hub is pleased to announce the appointment of Ken Vowles to its board. Ken brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the board, having previously served as the NT (Northern Territory) Primary Industries Minister and is currently the independent director of the Northern Territory Livestock Exporters Association (NTLEA).
“I am honoured to have been appointed to the board of the Northern Hub,” said Ken Vowles. “I am committed to working alongside our node partners such as NT Farmers, the NT Cattlemen’s Association, Kimberley Pilbara Cattlemen’s Association, Territory Natural Resource Management, WA Government, Regional Development Australia – Pilbara, Rangelands NRM (Natural Resource Management), and Charles Darwin University to strengthen the climate resilience of agricultural producers, traditional owners, and regional communities.”
Jed Matz, CEO of the Northern Hub, expressed his enthusiasm for Ken’s appointment to the board. “Ken’s extensive experience in the livestock industry and his deep connections to the Northern Territory make him an invaluable addition to our board. We are excited to work with him to support agricultural producers and promote drought resilience across the region.” Ken also spoke about his new role and how it will complement his work with the NTLEA.
“My appointment to the board of the Northern Hub will enable me to continue advocating for the Northern Territory’s livestock industry while also promoting drought resilience and supporting Indigenous business development through my work with Wuk Wuk Consulting.”
Jed Matz praised Ken’s commitment to the livestock industry and his ability to work collaboratively with stakeholders. “Ken’s dedication to the livestock industry and his ability to bring together diverse stakeholders make him an ideal candidate for our board. We are excited to have him on board and look forward to working together to promote drought resilience and support agricultural producers in the Northern Territory.”