Gina Rinehart is a leading figure in the mining and agricultural industries in Australia. She is also a leading figure in Australias Olympics efforts, (being patron of 4 teams and the largest single non-government contributor to the Olympic effort in Australia’s history ), and has received the rare honour of an order of merit from the Australian Olympic organisation for her contribution.
Since becoming Executive Chairman of the Hancock Prospecting Group in 1992, Mrs Rinehart has transformed the Group from one that was in difficulties and financially troubled to a very successful industry-leading innovator, providing employment to many across the outback of Australia. Mrs Rinehart has been honoured with numerous awards recognising her significant endeavours, risk-taking, hard work and contribution to Australia.
She is also the founder of Australians for Northern Development and Economic Vision (ANDEV), has authored two books, and arranged and funded a third one, (for agriculture), founded Australia’s Annual National Mining and Related Industries Day and National Agriculture and Related Industries Day, and is Patron of several organisations, and a governor of AmCham (Australia).
|Gina Rinehart Bio
|Birthday||February 9, 1954|
|Age||67 years old|
|Born||Georgina Hope Hancock, February 09, 1954, Perth, Western Australia|
|Education||St Hilda's School|
|Occupation||Mining magnate, company chairman|
|Net worth||US$ 26.2 Billion (March 21, 2021)|
|Board member of||Hancock Prospecting|
|Children||4, including John Hayward-Hancock|