Real Estate Agent Takes The Helm At Mandurah After 14 Year Hiatus

Natalie Kemp has returned to Greyhounds Mandurah.

Kemp, who formerly worked at Greyhounds Mandurah 14 years ago in the food and beverage department, was appointed as the new operations manager last month.

“It’s great to be back,” she said.

“I’m looking forward to exciting carnivals in the upcoming years.”

In her time away from the dog racing track Kemp was a real estate agent in Mandurah.

An experience which Kemps said gave her the edge in successfully obtaining the operations manager role.

Kemp replaces former operations manager Russ Clarke who is now the chief executive at Peel Thunder Football Club.

“Greyhounds Mandurah has always been popular with families because it offers really good value for money,” Kemp said.

A mother of two children aged 11 and six, Kemp lives in Halls Head with her husband who is the Greyhounds Mandurah deputy chief steward.

“In my role here 14 years ago every day presented a different challenge which kept it exciting and that hasn’t changed which I like,” she said.

Courtesy : Karena Cox, Mandurah Mail