Danielle Martin joined ICMM in September 2020. She leads ICMM’s ‘Skills for our Common Future Initiative’, an aspirational 15-year programme that aims to accelerate national and regional efforts to build new, and bolster existing, skills that are necessary to drive inclusive economic participation and diversification beyond mining.
Danielle has previously worked for resource extraction companies and consultancies for more than 20 years in the area of social performance, focussing on stakeholder engagement, community and economic development, and impact assessment and measurement. She has worked both domestically and internationally on projects and in communities in developed, transitional and developing economies.
Danielle has experience leading stakeholder engagement and social components of large-scale infrastructure projects and advised on social performance matters for National and State governments, development agencies and not-for-profit organisations. She has a Master’s Degree in Sustainable Development and a Bachelor of Arts in Media and Communications, as well as certificates in economic development, executive leadership, public participation and management system auditing.
The outcome of The Voice Referendum has unveiled a gap in understanding the benefits of better integrating First Nations people into critical industries like mining, attendees at the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) 2023 have heard today.