Executive Team

Ron Mosby


Ron was elected President of the RCCIWA in November of 2011. He lives in Kalgoorlie-Boulder and was President of the Kalgoorlie-Boulder CCI from 2008 to 2010. Ron has been the principal at his Accounting Practice since 1993. Along with this role he holds a number of board positions in business's located in Australia, New Zealand, China and Taiwan.

His current community roles include:

  • President of the  Regional Chambers of Commerce and Industry of Western Australia
  • Deputy Chair Goldfields Esperance Development Commission
  • Chair Goldfields Esperance Workforce Development Alliance
  • Deputy Chair of  Kalgoorlie Boulder Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Ray Philp

Vice President

Ray is the CEO of the Bunbury Geographe Chamber of Commerce and Industry, a position he has held since 2012.  Prior to this role he was the Area General Manager Southern WA  Telstra Country Wide from 2000-2010.  Ray has been actively involved  in the Regional Chambers of Commerce movement since its launch in 2000 and has held executive committee positions in KDCCI, SWCCI and RCCIWA over the past 25 years.

Ray is currently on the boards of Manea College and Enable WA.

Hugh Gallagher


Hugh is the CEO of the Kalgoorlie-Boulder CCI, a position he has held since 1990. He is a founding member of the RCCI WA Executive and currently holds the honorary positions of secretary and treasurer. He lives in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.

He is a true champion of the regional Chamber of Commerce movement and is highly regarded for his knowledge, experience and willingness to help.

Like the majority of the Executive he holds numerous community positions particularly in sport, and has many goldfields and state-wide awards and recognitions to his name.

Caroline Robinson

Executive Committee Member

Caroline Robinson is the Executive Officer of the Wheatbelt Business Network and resides on her husband’s farm east of Narembeen. The WBN supports and connects all businesses across the Wheatbelt.

Caroline operates her own consultancy business and has skills in governance, community, economic and business development. Professional affiliations include the Australian Institute of Company Directors and RIRDC Alumni.

Russ Clark

Executive Committee Member

Russ was appointed to the Executive Committee in November 2013 and holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the Curtin University.

Russ commenced in the role of Chief Executive Officer of the Albany Chamber of Commerce and Industry in March 2013.   Russ previously worked as the Chief Executive Officer of Peel Thunder Football Club in the WAFL overseeing the construction of the $10.3m new facility at Rushton Park and writing the alignment of the club to the Fremantle Football Club in the AFL. Prior to this Russ was the Regional Manager of Greyhounds WA Mandurah overseeing the construction of the new $4m racetrack and kennel block at the venue.

Russ sits on numerous sub-committees in the Great Southern including the Aviation Community Consultative Group, The Southern Ports Consultative Group, The Great Southern Marketing Network and the Rural Clinic School Consultative Group.  Russ was also one of the founding members of the Great Southern Sport Talent Association (GSSTA) and served as the inaugural Vice President.

David Lantzke

Executive Committee Member

David manages the Ardross Group, a privately owned, property and land development group, with a significant land bank. Key master planned projects are currently located in regional Western Australia. David has been with the group since 1989.
David is also the chair of Access Housing Australia, a provider of affordable housing for West Australians, on low to moderate incomes and a Board Member of the Wheatbelt Development Commission.

David is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia and a Fellow of Leadership Western Australia (2005). He attained a graduate degree in Commerce at the University of Western Australia and a post graduate diploma in Business at Curtin University. In 2009 David completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School in Boston.
David is actively engaged on a pro-bono basis in other Community and not-for-profit organisations, including Jurien Bay Chamber of Commerce (Secretary/Treasurer), Indian Ocean Festival Inc. (Hon. Secretary) and Turquoise Coast Chambers Alliance (Chair).

Jael Napper

Executive Committee Member

Jael was appointed to the Broome Chamber of Commerce & Industry in August 2015, her fresh approach to the organisation elevating its relevance to the community and subsequently leading to her promotion to CEO.  Under her leadership the Broome Chamber has grown its membership by 15% and its digital engagement by 154% through a complete rebuild of its communications platforms.

With a strong background in media and corporate communications Jael’s skills have enabled the Chamber to speak more clearly and affectively to the wider community and key stakeholders.  Before joining the Chamber Jael was a PR and communications consultant with high profile clients including Endemol (the world’s largest independent television production agency), Dreamworld and Emmy Award winning business Hoodlum.  Her skills in communications were recognised in 2014 when she was announced highly commended, Publicist of the Year by leading marketing publisher ‘Mumbrella’.  In this category she was competing against some of the most notorious PR houses in the country.

Jael was Publicity Manager for Network Ten leading the campaigns on juggernaut reality television series’, and in London was Head of Media Liaison with The Television and Radio Consultancy.

Kitty Prodonovich


Kitty was appointed to the role of CEO is February 2012 and lives in Perth.

Kitty has previously held the positions of Presidents of both the RCCIWA (2005 – 2010) and the Kalgoorlie-Boulder CCI (2003-2005) and has owned two small businesses in Kalgoorlie-Boulder. Kitty’s involvement with a regional Chamber of Commerce began in 1991.

Kitty currently chairs the board of the Small Business Development Corporation, is a member the General Council of CCIWA and is a non-executive director of Keystart Home loans.