Who We Are

Get Into Resources Inc. is an incorporated, not-for-profit organisation registered in Western Australia. Established in 2012, Get Into Resources operates under a managing volunteer Committee within a constitutional framework. The 2019 Committee Members are:

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Meryl Jones

Founder and Patron
Meryl is a 30-year veteran of the resources industry and is
passionate about providing the best opportunities for our students and a quality pipeline for the future.
Read more about Meryl here

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Gayle Bowness

Gayle has 13 years’ experience in the resources sector and is passionate about exposing students to information that will support them in making informed subject choices that will impact their futures.
Read more about Gayle here



Debbi Pope

Vice Chair
Debbi has been working in both the mining industry and human resources for over 5 years. She enjoys introducing students to the industry by way of vacation work and working with mining professionals.
      .Read more about Debbi here


Dhan Prabhu

Dhan has been working in the resources industry for the past decade and is involved with Get Into Resources to help students forge a career in this sector.
Read more about Dhan here

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Mark Crouch

Mark is a graduate working as a process engineer at a nickel smelter, and is keen to share his pathway with future generations.
Read more about Mark here

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Jo Watkins

Committee Member
Jo is also the CEO of Earth Science Western Australia. A former science teacher herself – Jo loves enthusing students and teachers about Earth Sciences and the opportunities they can lead to.
Read more about Jo here


Liam Crellin

Committee Member
Liam is a recent graduate working in the environmental geology space, he is keen to impart his knowledge to high school students and inspire them to pursue a career in the resources industry.
Read more about Liam here


Gabrielle Bruce

Committee Member
Gabby is a graduate within the resources sector and loving the challenges of working on an operational plant. Her experiences and the “Wow” factor of working with industrial equipment in hi-vis forms the resource sector passion which she eagerly shares with fellow peers and high-school students.
Read more about Gabby here