Bronwyn Bell

Sustainability Manager, Albemarle Australia

Master of Business Administration / Master of Science (Mineral and Energy Economics), Curtin University
Bachelor of Engineering (Environmental) (Hons), Griffith University
Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD)

Telephone+61 8 9266 1744


Bronwyn is an experienced mining and sustainability manager with 20 years experience in the resources sector, predominantly in Western Australia.

Bronwyn is currently the Sustainability Manager for Albemarle Australia where her responsibilities include environment, climate change, Aboriginal cultural heritage and approvals. Prior to that, in her role as Manager of Resource Development and Sustainability at The Chamber of Minerals and Energy WA, Bronwyn was responsible for representing the interests of the resources sector in policy issues such as climate change, exploration, land access, heritage, environmental approvals and mine closure. She was also the Industry Representative appointed to the WA Government’s Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Reference Group during the 2022-23 reform programme.

Prior to joining CME, Bronwyn spent 15 years working as an environmental professional for various mining operations across Australia in iron ore, diamonds, bauxite and coal. Bronwyn has a wide range of experience in environmental approvals and compliance, risk management, stakeholder engagement and auditing.

Bronwyn has completed a Master of Business Administration / Master of Science (Mineral and Energy Economics) from Curtin University and a Bachelor of Engineering (Environmental) (Hons) from Griffith University and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD).