Tully Smith is an Australian businessman who grew up in regional Victoria. Tully has a management background based in communications and development and co-founded market research firm Edge Insights. Tully has worked in the not for profit, government and private sectors across Victoria, interstate and overseas.
Tully is a founding board member of the Jane Austen Literacy Foundation and is Chairman of community radio station 99.9 Voice FM. Tully was a founding Director of the Children of Phoenix charity and a former Director of youth not for profit employment organisation Jobs A New Approach.
Tully's commitment to the community has been recognised with among others a Premier of Victoria's award for Voluntary Service to the Community and a Prime Minister of Australia's award for Community Service. Tully also serves as ambassador for White Ribbon Australia, Australia's campaign to end violence against women.
Tully is involved in politics and enjoys horse racing, sailing and is a keen sporting shooter. Tully is a member of the Victorian Employers' Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Essendon Football Club, the Victorian Tourism Industry Council, Regional Press Club, Field and Game Australia and the Ballarat Club.