LONGREACH, QLD, AUSTRALIA, May 7, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who/ — Kristine Arnold has earned recognition in the exclusive ranks of Stanford Who’s Who as a result of her exceptional effort in the education industry. As a Business Development and Training Manager with the Central Western Queensland Remote Area Planning and Development Board, as well as throughout her brilliant professional career, Kristine has consistently demonstrated the passion, vision and dedication necessary to be considered among the elite.
The Central Western Queensland Remote Area Planning and Development Board is a unified local government organization which aims to assist and facilitate the growth and development of the Central West and wider Outback regions. He organization is strongly focused on the areas of transport, service retention and expansion, technology, communication and digital economy, sustainable industries, climate change, renewable energy, zero emission, technology & NRM, regional planning and capacity building.
Kristine, who has several years of teaching experience, is responsible for coordinating and managing all training programs throughout the Central Western Queensland region. During her collegiate career, she earned a Bachelor of Education degree from James Cook University. Kristine is a member of the Queensland College of Teachers and VELG Tech Network. She was also the recipient of the Australian Day Award for Education in Queensland in 2007.
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