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management and environmental consultant

Helen Caroline Ketelbey, South African Management and environmental consultant. Avocations: competitive sailing, performing arts, physics, gardening. F C.


Ketelbey, Helen Caroline was born on September 7, 1951 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Arrived in Australia, 1989. Daughter of Hugo Frank Werner and Mary Goddard (Smith) Ketelbey.


Bachelor of Science in Town and Regional Planning, University Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 1973. Master of Business Administration, University Cape Town, South Africa, 1976.


Town planning official City of Johannesburg, 1973-1974. Town planning consultant Rosmarin & Associates, Johannesburg, 1974-1975. Investment analyst, department head Old Mutual, Cape Town, 1977-1979.

Planning consultant, director Ketelbey Associates, Cape Town, Johannesburg, 1979-1983. Director, planning consultant VHHAI, Johannesburg and Cape Town, 1979-1983. Town planning official City of Cape Town, 1983-1986, assistant director planning, 1986-1989.

Environmental planner Manidis Roberts Consultant, Sydney, Australia, 1990-1993, director, environmental planner Australia, 1993-1997. Also board directors. Manager natural and built environmental services Warringah Council, Sydney, 1997-1998, management and environmental consultant, 1998-2000.

Consultant Hyder Consulting, 2000, Human Leucocyte Antigens-Eurosciences, Sydney, since 2001. Member environmental council New South Wales Roads and Traffic Authority, Sydney, 1993-1996. Lecturer, South Africa, Zimbabwe, England, Australia, since 1979.


  • Avocations: competitive sailing, performing arts, physics, gardening. F C.


Volunteer Development Action Group, Cape Town, 1986-1989. Member committee, chairman South African Property Owners Association, Cape Town, 1983-1989. Member Australian Institute Company Directors, Australian Institute Management, Royal Town Planning Institute (London), Environmental Institute Australia (committee 1990-1996—, division president 1993-1996), Royal Australian Planning Institute.


  • Other Interests

    Competitive yachting, performing arts, physics, gardening.


Hugo Frank Werner Ketelbey

Mary Goddard (Smith) Ketelbey