Imdex Limited announced the appointment of Tracey Horton AO, as a Non-Executive Director of the Company's Board, effective 13 November 2023. Ms Horton has critical skills in corporate strategy, change management, economics, finance and accounting. She also has broad international experience having lived and worked in Australia, the USA, Canada, and the UK. Now based in Perth, Ms Horton will support IMDEX's continued growth as a global mining-tech company. Relevant Board Experience: Ms Horton has extensive Board experience within diverse industries for public and private companies, together with government and not-for-profit organisations. Ms Horton is currently a Board member for ASX listed companies IDP Education Ltd. and the GPT Group. She is Chair of both the GPT Group's and IDP's People and Remuneration Committees and a Member of the GPT's Sustainability & Risk
Committee. Prior to these appointments, Ms Horton was Chair of the People, Culture & Remuneration Committee, and a member of the Audit & Risk Committee for Nearmap Ltd. Nearmap successfully evolved from a small online startup to an ASX 200 technology company, which offers businesses real-time access to high resolution aerial imagery, city-scale 3D datasets and integrated geospatial tools. In the private and government sectors, Ms Horton is currently a Non-Executive Director for Campus Living Villages and Acting President and Member for the Takeovers Panel, a peer review body that regulates corporate control transactions. Executive Experience: Ms Horton's most
recent executive role was Winthrop Professor and Dean of the University of Western Australia Business School. As a faculty Dean, she led the Business School comprising circa 5000 students and 500 staff. Other select career highlights include: Advising senior executives and Board members of major clients including Alinta, Iluka Resources and Woodside as one of nine Australian Directors of Poynton and Partners and GEM Consulting. Leading multiple large teams to solve business challenges for clients including Nike, The Gap, Microsoft, Pacific Gas & Electric and Baxter Healthcare at Bain & Company Inc. Conducting analysis and research of business conditions including business finance and international trade and finance as an economist with the Reserve Bank of Australia. Professional Qualifications & Memberships: Ms Horton holds: A Bachelor of Economics, with first-class honours, from the University of Western Australia; and A Master of Business Administration from Stanford Graduate School of Business. She is a fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a member of Chief Executive Women.