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Kellie Dyer – Rare Birds Ambassador, Brisbane

Kellie Dyer

Kellie Dyer

At her core, Kellie Dyer is a helper, continually looking for ways to give back and support business owners to succeed. Kellie is a highly experienced mentor, business advisor, trainer and certified innovation facilitator who has worked across both corporate and startup environments, with a focus on skills and capability development her goal is to help businesses build scalable, sustainable businesses and think beyond the balance sheet.

Not surprising then, that she has decided to join the Rare Birds Ambassadors and support our mission.

Why did you decide to become an Ambassador for Inspiring Rare Birds?

I have been involved with Rare Birds as a Mentor and Workshop presenter for a few years. I would love to help raise the profile of Rare Birds and increase the footprint of the network.

What inspired you to be an entrepreneur or business leader?

I have worked in the area of Entrepreneurship and Innovation for a very long time. My inspiration came from working with many fantastic innovators and entrepreneurs I have worked with over the years. There are many people with great ideas however they lack business knowledge and experience. By supporting these people to help them with their business issues they can free their time up to drive their ideas through to launch. I also have an extensive network and connections. Being able to help people navigate to the people, support and programs they need is also very rewarding.

More about Kellie

Kellie is currently working as a Mentor, Workshop Facilitator and Trainer in her business, Keldy. When Kellie is not helping start-ups and innovators, she is busy with her PhD studies which focus on Female Entrepreneurs. Kellie is also a Grant Assessor and Awards Judge with various government agencies and industry associations through Australia. She is also a Judge for the Stevie’s’ International Business Awards.  

Prior to starting her PhD Kellie lead the Female Founders Impact Program for Advance Queensland. Kellie has also experience as a Non-Executive Director. This has included 12 years at MOVE banking as Director and Chair of the Risk Committee, as well as a member of both the Remuneration and Succession Committee and the Audit Committee and as Chair of an Advisory Board and Chair of the Finance Committee and Treasurer for a large research association. 

Kellie’s work is a culmination of experience gained in, and with, start-ups, SME’s, all levels of Government and as a Company Director. Her experience is supported with qualifications in Business, Marketing, Technology Management, Project Management, Innovation and Governance.


If you would like to join us as a Rare Birds Ambassador and make an impact on economic equality, we would love to hear from you! We are looking for champions of change who will advocate for us, amplify our message and help us reach more female founders, innovators and leaders. Get in touch HERE.