The Western Australian Frank and Fearless Legendary Debate

Debate Topic: “It’s a Good Time to be a Public Servant!”

Member Events - 27 Aug 2015

Do you think it’s a good time to be a public servant? 

Do you believe that we can solve all the world’s problems if only we work together, or is it all a pointless talkfest? 

No matter what your view, we hope you didn't miss the epic battle of the first ever Western Australian Frank and Fearless Legendary Debate!

Feisty Team Frank, led by Landgate’s General Manager Jodi Cant, fought it out against intrepid Team Fearless, led by the Department of Agriculture and Food’s Director General Rob Delane. 

Both team leaders marshalled their courageous forces of Young Professional debaters to convince you that their argument is the only valid one.

Hosted by WA’s very own infamous Famous Sharron, (freshly returned from a successful run at this year’s Melbourne Comedy Festival), this was an unforgettable evening of cutting stakeholder engagement and unbridled policy advice. 

Congratulations to Team Frank, who won the ever reliable, audience vote! 

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Jodi Cant
General Manager, Business Development
Landgate

Jodi Cant is the General Manager of Business Development at Landgate, WA’s land information authority. Landgate takes a lead role in the public sector, linking people and data through the Shared Location Information Platform (SLIP). 

Landgate launched its celebrated innovation program in 2008 and strives to embed creative thinking in all areas of the business.

Landgate also offers guidance and encouragement to others who want to make a difference by harnessing the imagination of their people.

Check out things that you may find useful at www.landgate.wa.gov.au/innovation.

In her spare time Jodi is a horse riding, dog walking, playwright which can be difficult to do all at once. Like most things it’s about balance.

Rob Delane MIPAA PSM
Director General
Department of Agriculture and Food WA  

Rob became Director General of DAFWA in November 2009, having previously been Deputy Secretary with the Commonwealth Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry.  

He has led a transformation of DAFWA as an economic development organisation to deliver increased value to businesses in the agrifood sector.  He is a keen promoter of regional, state, national and international cooperative initiatives and government-industry partnerships that harness innovation to deliver more efficient and effective services.  

He is an IPAA WA Councillor. In 2007 Rob received a Public Service Medal for outstanding service to the sector and WA community.