Yasmin King

Yasmin King

AFRC Chair

Yasmin King is CEO of SkillsIQ, a Skills Service Organisation which develops national vocational standards on behalf of 19 ‘people-facing’ Industry Reference Committees (IRCs) which together represent the skills needs of around 50% of the Australian workforce, predominantly within the Health and Community Services sectors. She has undertaken international consulting work for the governments of Peru, Vietnam and Thailand and for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Human Resources Committee, and has recently worked on APEC’s Occupational Standards for Travel, Tourism and Hospitality in the Pacific Alliance (Chile, Columbia, Peru and Mexico).

Yasmin is involved with various advisory committees, including the National Disability Services (NDS) VET Practitioner Currency pilot project in the Disability sector; the North Queensland Health Workforce Alliance (NQHWA); the National Disability Services (NDS) National Committee on Workforce; and My First Job 2.0, an SYC initiative.

Yasmin is currently the Chair of the Audit & Risk Committee and a Board member of Micro-X, an innovative publicly listed company pioneering revolutionary medical imaging products. She is also a Board member and the Chair of the Audit & Risk Committee of the Australian Healthcare & Hospitals Association (AHHA) and is a member of Macquarie University’s Global MBA Advisory Council and Centre for Workforce Futures Industry Advisory Committee.

Yasmin holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and an Honours degree in Economics. She is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (FAICD) and a Fellow of CPA Australia (Certified Practising Accountant).

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