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Peter Breadmore is Chairman of XSOAR Perform and CEO and Founder of Borderless Consulting International which over the last 10 years has provided Executive Consulting Services in the Foreign Aid Sector. He was widely recognised for his exemplary work in organisation reform leadership development in the Law and Justice Sector and Learning and Development in Fiji, the Republic of Kiribati, Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea.

Previously he worked in the Victorian Law and Justice Sector and Community Services, leading significant statewide reforms. The reforms included the construction and commissioning of three new prisons, the closure of outdated institutions for the intellectually disabled and relocating staff and clients into the community. He also introduced fundamental changes in business practice within Victoria Police for which he received national awards in Human Resource Management and ICT.

Earlier in his career he was an elite athlete playing soccer for England Boys and later was a member of the British Modern Pentathlon Team, competing in international events across Europe and Scandinavia. He was an Officer in the British Army for 18 years where he trained as a paratrooper with the French Army and was awarded the Brevet de Militaire Parachutiste. After further training he was appointed as the Commanding Officer of the British Army Mountain Training School in Canada.

Peter climb skied and walked extensively in the United Kingdom, European Alps and the Canadian and American Rockies. As an international mountaineer and explorer, he spent 6 months making the first ever sled crossing of the Northern ice cap of Chilean Patagonia and the first ascent of Cerro Margarita. In the high Arctic he made a 400-kilometre journey exploring the upper reaches of Scoresby Sund whilst making several first ascents of peaks in the area. He remains passionate about travel, sport and outdoor education and the learning opportunities that they bring into the lives of young people.

In 1970 he studied Outdoor Education and Environmental Science at Sir John Moore University and then completed a Graduate Diploma in Education. He was a fellow of the Institute of Education and a member of the Royal Geographical Society and International Association of Mountain Guides.