Kerry has extensive experience in the arts and entertainment industry. She currently holds the position of Vice- President, Asia Pacific for The Really Useful Group.Prior to joining The Really Useful Group, Kerry worked for many of Australia’s leading arts organisations including; The State Theatre Company of South Australia, The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, Spare Parts Puppet Theatre, The Adelaide Festival Centre Trust, The Come Out Youth Arts Festivals and Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Centre. She was also Chair of Monkey Baa Theatre for Young People from 2004 to 2012. In 1996 Kerry joined The Really Useful Group as Executive Producer. For The Really Useful Group (RUG) she has been Executive Producer for; Cats; the Australian and Asia tour of The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber in 1996; and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat for New Zealand, Hong Kong and Singapore. In 2001 Kerry was appointed General Manager for RUG in the Asia Pacific region and oversaw the presentation of; the first Korean Language production of The Phantom of the Opera in South Korea; The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber in Beijing and Shanghai; the Australian production of The Graduate; and The Phantom of the Opera productions in South Africa, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore. She has been responsible for numerous international Cats seasons opening up a number of new markets in Asia, Europe and the Middle East, including presentations in Lebanon, Qatar, Kuala Lumpur, Korea, Shanghai, Taiwan, Scandinavia, Athens, Thailand and an 8-city tour of China. Since her appointment as Vice-President, Asia Pacific for The Really Useful Group in 2012 Kerry has led; the development and production of the first Chinese Language Production of Cats, which toured to 10 cities in China; an international Cats tour to South Korea, Singapore, Macau, New Zealand and Australia; the premiere presentation of The Phantom of the Opera in Istanbul as well as tours to South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan and premier seasons in Guangzhou and Beijing; and a tour of The Sound of Music to 1o-cities in China, New Zealand, Singapore and Australia. She has recently initiated a Musical Theatre workshop-training programme between NIDA and Beijing. Kerry is a member of the Helpmann Musical Theatre Panel and recently joined the Hayes Theatre Board.