Kellie Dean – First Woman ISV President
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10 January 2018

Kellie Dean – First Woman ISV President

We’re pleased to announce that Principal Surveyor, Kellie Dean has been appointed as the President Elect of the Institution of Surveyors Victoria (ISV).

The ISV is the peak professional association for land surveyors in Victoria. Since its inception in 1874, ISV has had a long and proud history, and to this day lives by its mission statement: “To promote professional development to our members throughout their professional lives, and promote and represent the surveying profession to the wider community, and at all levels of government”.

In the ISV’s 143 year history, Kellie is the first woman to be elected to this role, which will open an exciting new chapter for ISV and the broader surveying industry.

Since graduating from The University of Melbourne in 2001 with two bachelor degrees; a Bachelor of Geomatic Engineering and a Bachelor of Science (Environment), Kellie has had an illustrious career in both the surveying and the property industries.

In 2004, she became only the seventh woman in Victoria to receive her Surveyor’s License, and was also Winner of the Best Training Agreement Award.

Over the past 15 years, she has held senior positions at surveying and multi-disciplinary consultancies. Currently she leads the surveying business in Spiire’s Melbourne office which sees her focussed on developing her team to be industry leaders.

Kellie has been a keen participant and contributor to the ISV and the wider surveying community since her early days in the profession. With others, she established the Women in Surveying Group which helps to support women in the historically male dominated industry.

She has been a keen advocate of the surveying profession on behalf of the Surveying Task Force and has presented at career events and secondary schools. Kellie has also been a guest lecturer at RMIT and the University of Melbourne.

Kellie has a strong interest in promoting diversity and inclusion in the surveying profession, increasing member engagement within the ISV, and collaborating more with kindred professional bodies and stakeholders. She intends to focus on these areas as well as some others when she takes on her new role.

Spiire would like to congratulate Kellie on this amazing achievement. We look forward to seeing her shape the surveying and property industry over the years to come.

Kellie is currently in the role of President Elect at the ISV. Her role as President will come into full affect in October 2018.

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