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Mrs Kate Wickson

Goat, Alpaca and Pig Chair

Chair Kate Wickson joined the RAS Council in 2010.

Her association with the RAS and Sydney Royal Easter Show began at a young age, accompanying her father Jim Harris (a successful axemen and well respected member of the Australian woodchopping scene) to each Show. Kate followed in her father’s footsteps and became an official video judge for the Sydney Royal Woodchop competitions in the late 1990s.

Having completed a Teaching Degree at Charles Sturt University, Riverina, Kate is a Primary School educator in the Wagga Wagga Catholic Schools Diocese where she not only teaches but also holds leadership roles.

Kate has been a Board Member of the Wagga Wagga Combined Hockey Association since 2014 as Junior Development Coordinator. She is responsible for developing programs and pathway opportunities for talented players as well as organising the Junior Competition.

Currently residing in Coolamon, Kate and her husband Garth have three daughters and run a cropping property. She enjoys educating and supporting young children in rural areas, enabling them to broaden their interests and expand their horizons.