Experience across many disciplines gives me a wider appreciation of mental wellness.
Murray has had a broad career across several industries including management and training roles in the airline and construction industries as well as local government and professional sport.
As Queensland Manager of Wellbeing and Education for the NRL, Murray devised programmes and conducted workshops for mental health awareness and dealt with many traumatic and critical incidents. His professional background began with an 18 year stint in the airline industry, holding management roles in Brisbane, Townsville, Mackay and Rockhampton. He then managed construction companies in Rockhampton and Mackay over 4 years.
Murray worked for Townsville Catholic Education and the Townsville Diocese where he managed planning and development as well as facilities. He was an elected State Government Councillor where he served on various committees including Corporate Governance, Business Units and was a member of the Local Government of Queensland Finance committee. He was also secretary of the North Queensland Sports Foundation.
As Queensland Manager of Wellbeing and Education for the NRL, Murray devised programmes and conducted workshops for mental health awareness and dealt with many traumatic and critical incidents.
Murray was a 25 year Rugby League Coach. He worked at all levels from grass-roots through to the NRL and International arenas. He was not only North Queensland Cowboys Coach but also coached the Emerging Origin Rugby League Senior squad, Queensland Residents for 3 years, Australian U19 team and Tonga in the 2000 World Cup. Along the way he coached against 13 countries, won 13 QRL A-grade premierships as well as a State League Title.
He has degree in people.