Women's Council Election Results - Public Service Association

Women’s Council Election Results

PSA Women’s Councillors – 2013 to 2015



Jodie Stubbs NSW Police Force
Sallyann Sullivan Education and Communities
Tanya Thompson Education and Communities
Linda Barclay-Hales Ageing,Disability and Home Care
Keryn Barnett Office of State Revenue
Bronwyn Batten Office Of Environment and Heritage
Carol Rose Primary Industries
Julie Westacott NSW Health
Brook Craig Treasury
Rebecca Kalkandis Roads and Maritime Services
Judith Stott University of New England
Pamela Stein Rural and Remote Areas

Central Councillors/Women’s Councillors

Sue Walsh President
Cassandra Coleman Senior Vice President
Kirsten Cameron Legal Aid
Michelle Bogatrov Housing NSW
Jenny Singleton Corrective Services
Danielle Castles Legal Aid
Renee Kinimaka Community Services
Tundi Albrecht Health Care Complaints Commission
Anabel Morales Nogues Family and Community Services
Trish Leen State Library
Margaret Jarosz Ministry of Health
Sadie Spencer Attorney General and Justice

Women’s Council Steering Committee – Elected 11 March 2014

Chairperson: Keryn Barnett
Honorary Secretary: Margaret Jarosz
Vice Chairperson: Michelle Bogatyrov
Assistant Secretary: Carol Rose
Committee Member: Bronwyn Batten
Committee Member: Brook Craig
Committee Member: Judith Stott
Committee Member: Kirsten Cameron


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