New Executive Officer - Tabetha Beggs

As many of you will know, after four dedicated years of service to the Chamber, former Executive Officer Mandy Skeates has recently been snapped up by the City of Kalamunda. Mandy will be taking on the role of Coordinator Economic and Tourism Development and we wish her all the best as she takes on this task. No doubt this will be a fruitful exchange as Mandy will have a close relationship with the Chamber, working together towards the growth and development of business and tourism within the local government authority

The Executive Committee has since recruited for the position and is pleased to announce the appointment of Tabetha Beggs as the new Executive Officer. Tabetha commenced work with the Chamber on Wednesday 27 September and brings with her a wealth of knowledge from both the public and private sectors, as well as working with non-for-profit organisations.

Tabetha has worked in marketing, tourism and event activation for over 20 years. She enjoys helping local and non-for-profit businesses thrive and has a wealth of experience and knowledge to impart. Tabetha worked for the City of Perth for over 12 years in various roles, including Digital Marketing, Retail Liasion, Stakeholder Engagement as well as Tourism Marketing. Tabetha also worked as part of the busy Events and Activation team. She has been involved with events such as the Australia Day Skyworks, Winter Arts Festival, Eat Drink Perth, School Holidays Programs, Twilight Hawker Markets and Perth Home Grown. In a voluntary capacity she also runs a program of over 30 annual events for the KSP Writers Centre in Greenmount where she heads the Events and Marketing Committee.

Prior to securing the role of Executive Officer for the Kalamunda Chamber of Commerce, Tabetha worked for a short period at the City of Stirling covering the Communications Officer role.

She is the Chairwoman of the KSP Writers' Centre, a Board Member of writingWA, and a member of the WA Society of Women Writers.

In her spare time, Tabetha is a writer and performer. She is the owner and creative director of a small theatrical production company Little Black Dress Productions and has been a regular judge for the Perth Fringe World Festival. She reviews arts events for local online magazines We Love Perth and So Perth, as well as writes creatively. Her short stories have been published in various local collections and she recently won a national award for her flash fiction story When the Children Came. She is in the process of completing her first full length novel.

Tabetha lives in Helena Valley with her two small children.

"I am extremely happy to have been appointed to the role of Executive Officer. As a girl who grew up in Roleystone and now lives in Helena Valley, I have a genuine love of the hills. My heart is happiest among the undulating landscape. I look forward to putting my stamp on this role and assisting local business and tourism to grow and flourish."

You will have the opportunity to meet Tabetha at future Kalamunda Chamber of Commerce networking events.


Contact Information

Kalamunda Chamber of Commerce,
50 Railway Road Kalamunda
Mon-Fri 9am-2:30pm:
(08) 9257 3508
After hours:
+61 (0) 487 431 361


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