Who is Malcolm Turnbull? The demographics of Australian Prime Ministers

Katie Bayley

Katie is a Spatial Strategy Consultant with over 10 years’ experience in management consulting at .id, KPMG, PwC and Urbis. Katie has worked with blue-chip companies, Government and not-for-profits across a range of industries providing advice on network planning, development feasibility, demographic market analysis, sales forecasts, corporate strategy and scenario planning. She brings calm, clear-thinking professionalism to client projects. Katie is a skilled at asking the right questions to uncover the clients’ problem, takes complexity out of each project and puts together the right team to provide the answers in the ‘.id way’. When she’s not at work, Katie is a foodie, jogger, swimmer, kid wrangler, not-for-profit board member and coffee aficionado.

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2 Responses

  1. Roy Elton says:

    A very interesting, short article that holds the reader captivated to the end. Nicely written. Fascinating topic too

  2. Kate says:

    I was intrigued by the history and so checked back at ‘my own’ Prime Ministerial Timeline. I was born in late October 1966 during Harold Holt’s time. After his mysterious disappearance, John McEwen took over for less than a month. Thence John Gorton from 10 January 1968 for three years – but, as he came in, he was my third Prime Minister and I was less than one and a quarter years old. William McMahon became my fourth Prime Minister on 10 March 1971 when I was four years and four-and-a-half months old. Gough Whitlam became Prime Minister on 5 December 1972 shortly after my 6th birthday. He was the 5th Prime Minister in my then 6 year lifetime.

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