Ms Jillian Kilby
Jillian Kilby is the Managing Director of The Stable Group, a regional consulting company firmly fixed in its pursuit to leave a legacy of change in regional Australia. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Engineers Australia, an Australian Sir John Monash Scholar and holds an MBA and Public Policy Masters from Stanford University.
In 2018, Jillian founded and self-funded The Exchange, a regionally-based social impact organisation focused on community and coworking. Jillian bought and renovated an 1880s iconic post office in Dubbo, an old Cordial Factory in Narrabri and a State Heritage Listed Bank which have been restored and converted into vibrant coworking spaces. She was the 2013 NSW/ACT Rural Woman of The Year.
Jillian holds a number of advisory roles, including as Director of the James Martin Institute for Public Policy, Member of the Council for Women’s Economic Opportunity, Chair of the Regional Advisory Panel for the Daily Telegraph Bush Summit, and Member of the NSW Skills Board.
She holds degrees in Civil Engineering (Sydney), Master of Business Administration (Stanford), Master of Public Policy (Stanford) and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.