Dr Ceit Wilson is a social performance specialist with over eight years of professional experience in addressing the social and development challenges of the extractive resources industry.
She holds technical expertise in preparing and evaluating social impact assessments and management plans, advising on the social performance and community development strategies of major extractive resource companies, and conducting extensive research on social performance issues in the mining industry. She is currently seconded to the Social Impact Assessment Unit in the Coordinator-General’s Office at the Queensland State Government.
Ceit is driven by a genuine desire to work with mineral extraction companies to improve their interactions and outcomes with respect to local communities, and has published in several leading academic journals on this topic.
Ceit holds a PhD (on the topic of extractives and collaborative governance to address social impacts) from the Sustainable Minerals Institute at the University of Queensland, Australia.
Ceit Wilson, Planning Soical Performance Consultant, WSP, will be speaking within the Social Licence to Operate and Sustainability session at IMARC 2019 on “Humans Need Not Apply’: Rethinking community-company relations in an increasingly automated mining industry. Download the program now.