Captain Jeanine Drummond was appointed to the Australian Maritime Safety Authority Board on 2 November 2020 for a three year term.
As an experienced Harbour Master, Master Mariner and Maritime Industry Professional, Capt. Jeanine Drummond, has extensive background across the maritime industry sectors, at sea, offshore oil and gas, and in the ports sector, both in operations and development, in Australia and internationally.
Jeanine has for the past six years worked in all areas of harbour master functions, port operations and governance, with Port Authority of New South Wales. Prior to this, she was employed with Caltex to provide maritime advice and expertise to their Australian terminal, port and shipping operations. Having transitioned from a seagoing career, that saw Capt. Drummond commence in the industry in 1995 as a Deck Officer trainee with ASP Ship Management, and work her way through to Master, on Australian as well as overseas operated vessels, they included deep sea, coastal and offshore vessels, as well as serving in international shore based roles in vessel operations, voyage management and chartering, she transferred ashore permanently in the role of Tugmaster in Gladstone, Queensland. This then led to providing maritime advisory services for LNG port development projects, towage license transitions and integrated maritime management systems before returning to Sydney with Caltex in 2012.
Jeanine is also member of the Australian Maritime College Advisory Board and Councillor with Australian Mariners Welfare Society.
Jeanine holds an Australian Master Unlimited Certificate of Competency, Bachelor of Business (Maritime Management), Graduate Diploma Maritime Management, Advance Diploma of Applied Science and is an Associate Fellow of Nautical Institute, Member of WISTA, and a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Jeanine was the inaugural recipient in 2018, of the Australian Shipping and Maritime Industry ‘Women in Shipping and Logistics Award’.