Renee Hindmarsh is South Australia’s inaugural Skills Commissioner and Chair of the South Australian Skills Commission. This role provides independent industry-led advice to the Government of South Australia on workforce development priorities and is responsible for advising the Minister for Innovation and Skills on the performance of the training system.
Renee has an extensive background in senior executive and advisory positions across the education and public sectors including through her previous role as the state’s Training Advocate since early 2019.
Prior to being the Training Advocate, Renee was the Executive Director of the Australian Technology Network of Universities where she drove collaboration between Australia’s technology universities to improve outcomes for graduates and strengthen links with industry.
Renee is passionate about training and skills development to aid South Australia in meeting its future skills needs.