Hannah Mrowka

Hannah Mrowka

Rural Financial Counsellor

Supporting Central Highlands and surrounding areas

Supporting Central Highlands and surrounding areas

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About Hannah Mrowka

Hannah is a Rural Financial Counsellor based in Emerald. She supports Central Queensland primary producers in Central Highlands and surrounding areas.

Previously Hannah worked as an Operations Analyst – Intensive and Feed Mill & Livestock Administrator with the Australian Agricultural Company (AAco) at Goonoo Feedlot near Emerald. Prior to moving to AACo, Hannah worked in Charleville as a Beef & Sheep Extension Officer with Department of Agriculture and Fisheries and a Technical Officer at the Brian Pastures Research Station at Gayndah.

Hannah has developed a broad range of skills in the livestock industry across southern and central Queensland, not only through her professional experience but also through her upbringing on a beef breeding and backgrounding enterprise near Mundubbera. She also holds a dual qualification of Bachelor of Agribusiness and Bachelor of Applied Science (Livestock Production).

She is passionate about whole of business sustainability and enjoys the challenge of working with agricultural businesses due to the multi-layered approach that is required to run an agricultural enterprise. 

Hannah works with a team of Financial Counsellors located throughout Southern Queensland.

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