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Kylie has a Bachelor of Laws with Honours and a Bachelor of Arts from Adelaide University, as well as a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice. She was admitted as Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of SA in February 2007.
Kylie commenced her career in the Australian Taxation Office, where she gave strategic and technical advice in the former Serious Non-Compliance business line, assisting with litigation involving egregious tax evasion schemes. She was then seconded to the Treasury in Canberra as a Policy Analyst, providing a tax technical view in the Small Business and Trusts team. Upon return to Adelaide, Kylie facilitated the ATO’s involvement in the OECD’s Tax Crime Forums held in Paris, and worked with other agencies and international stakeholders to compile best practice guidelines for fighting tax crime.
Kylie was also heavily involved in developing an award-winning LGBTI+ Employee and Ally network and related initiatives in her department, helping her colleagues to supported at work and ensuring the ATO had best practice in LGBTI+ inclusivity.
Kylie is proud to continue her career at the WWC, working with the community to assist businesses’ compliance with worker’s rights. She is passionate about the rights of women at work, especially women who work in male-dominated industries.
In her spare time, Kylie loves to hang out with her wife and their two cats, enjoys playing in bands, and hitting the road in their campervan.