Paul Docherty is a well-regarded Melbourne businessman and entrepreneur. Docherty co-founded 3D medical printing company 3DMEDiTech, revolutionising the healthcare industry in Australia, in 2016. Formerly, Docherty was CEO of Direct Connect, after he founded one of Australia’s largest moving services company in 2004. Docherty attended Harvard’s renowned AMP Business Course in Boston in late 2015 and remains heavily involved in YPO, a global network of senior CEO’s and business owners, where he serves as the Melbourne Yarra Chairman.
On the rugby field, Docherty has represented the ACT at underage and senior levels with the ACT Schoolboys and Canberra Kookaburras. Docherty, who was selected for the Australian U17s in 1989, represented Australian Universities for four years before he moved to Melbourne, where he captained Melbourne University from 1995-1997. Docherty coached the Victorian Schoolboys side in 2005/6 and has been heavily involved in sponsorship and support of the Victorian rugby community for over 10 years. Currently, Docherty coaches his son’s U12s rugby team and has three boys playing local junior rugby.