Hi, I’m Rebecca Turnor, the Allied Health Precinct Manager at Business Station. I’m a marketing and communications professional with over 7 years’ experience working across multiple sectors, public, private and not-for-profit.
I found my passion for small business when I started working with Business Station, a not-for-profit provider of enterprise development services to businesses across WA, QLD, and NT. I have been able to work directly with small business owners across a wide range of industries, which has allowed me to learn firsthand about the challenges facing the sector currently.
I’m passionate about providing support, training, and advocacy to help improve the success of small businesses. I’m a firm believer in continual learning and development, so I’m always looking for new ways to provide training to make it easier for people to access, understand and benefit from.
I joined the WBA for a number of reasons, but mostly because I want to get more involved in the local Wanneroo business community. As a member, I’ve enjoyed attending networking events and meeting so many wonderful people. Now as a board member, I look forward to being involved in planning and shaping what will be an exciting future for the WBA!
In my spare time, I love sport! I’ve played AFL at state level, basketball, netball, and soccer. I’ve coached a junior netball team and volunteered for a number of my local sports clubs. Now, you’ll find me training in my local boxing gym throughout the week, swimming at Aquamotion or playing netball at Kingsway on Saturdays.
WA State Budget 2022/23 Announcement The Premier and Treasurer, Hon Mark McGowan MLA handed down the WA State Budget 2022/23 on Thursday, 12 May 2022. In a summary of W...