Kerryn Briody

Kerryn Briody Australian Museum of Design Founding Member Advisory Group

 

Kerryn Briody, a graduate of Interior Design at RMIT, worked extensively in the construction sector across Design and Project Management working in both the public and private sectors, across Australia.

Her core business is commercial fitout, specialising in client-side representation in the delivery of corporate headquarters and office fitout. Recent projects include Oil & Gas and Mining industry corporates in Perth WA. She ventured into civil and public realm projects while at the City of Perth and Development WA, working on Elizabeth Quay, Perth Stadium and Scarborough redevelopments  

Kerryn is skilled in negotiation, workplace design, and facility management. Over the past decade, she has been a Mentor with the RMIT Student Mentoring Program – Architecture and Project Management. 

Growing up on the Surf Coast of Victoria in Torquay, much of her time is spent at the beach. In 1980 she was among the first group of women to gain the Surf Life Saving Australia Bronze Medallion, leading the way for women to fully participate in surf patrols and competition. Kerryn has represented on boards, committees and working groups across surf lifesaving at club, branch, state, and national level.

In 2020 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Women in Surf she established and sponsors the Surf Life Saving Australia Women’s Mentoring Program.

A former rower, she was elected to the Rowing WA Board in 2015 and has held a board position for the past 7 years and currently heads up the Facilities portfolio, delivering around $5M worth of construction works across the RWA property portfolio.