Katrina Thomson

Katrina Thomson

Katrina Thomson

Marketing Assistant

KATRINA is responsible for marketing administration, and primarily assists Bonnie Lin. She has 17 years of business and marketing administration experience, supporting all levels throughout organisations and businesses.  Katrina has a passion for marketing, events, and systems and processes, and 3 years ago started her business that focusses on helping businesses work efficiently. . She has worked with a number of people to help streamline, and organise systems, to ensure that results are achieved through efficient management of tasks.  Originally from New Zealand, Katrina enjoys cooking, family time, riding her Harley Davidson, and making the most of the Perth climate.

 
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