Kim Terrell

Role: Director, Australian Hearing

    Mr Terrell was appointed Acting Managing Director of Australian Hearing on 1 March 2018. Kim’s extensive career includes working with and advising various ministers, Prime Ministers and their offices, to initiate significant improvements across various government programmes.

    He played a key role in establishing three agencies, the Digital Transformation Office (DTO), Australian Sports Anti-doping Authority (ASADA) and CrimTrac, and is highly experienced in building innovative, high performing teams.
    Kim was instrumental in creating myGov and driving digital transformation across the Department of Human Services and the government.

    He has a Bachelor of Arts degree, a Master’s Degree in Public Policy and has also received three Australia Day awards. In addition to his professional achievements, Kim was an Australian Swim Team member from 1981-1986 and attended the 1982 Commonwealth Games and 1984 Olympics – winning ten national titles and holding six Australian records.