Kim Halbert


Kim Halbert is a grain grower from the Midwest of Western Australia who has been farming for the past 36 years. He has a combination of skills and experience from grain production, government policy, corporate leadership through to finance, risk and auditing.

Kim spent the last six years as Deputy Chair of the Grains Research and Development Corporation, and understands production issues, industry operations and planning for pest incursions. He has served as a director of Wheat Exports Australia, the Grain Licensing Authority in Western Australia, and the Mid-West Ports Authority.

He has undertaken large strategic planning processes while on the Board of GRDC and Mid-West Ports, chairing the GRDC and the Mid-West Ports Authority Finance Risk and Audit committees, and the Commercialisation Committee at GRDC.

Kim has a Bachelor of Commerce degree with a double major in finance and economics from Curtin University and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.