WAMA ORGANISATION

WAMA ORGANISATION

WAMA ORGANISATION

ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE

WAMA Organisational Structure
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WAMA PATRON

GLENDA LEWIN
BEd (Early Child)

Glenda has a track record of establishing and supporting successful not-for profit organizations both locally and abroad. Returning from Europe after 20 years, Glenda’s combined passion for education and her home in the Grampians led to relationships with like-minded artists and lovers of the region's unique flora and fauna and the creation of the Grampians Wildlife Arts Society, which Glenda chaired for 3 years. Her involvement in the festival on Australian Botanic and Wildlife Art ignited her vision for WAMA.

GLENDA LEWIN, PATRON

GLENDA LEWIN
BEd (Early Child)

BOARD

GREG LEWIN AM, CHAIRMAN
BE (Chem), MBA, FREng, FIChemE, FIEAust

Greg has had a distinguished, global career in the energy sector, appointed as Executive Vice President of Shell Downstream and President of Shell Global Solutions in 2003. In 2009 Greg founded Sapphire Global which currently advises oil and gas industry clients on. Greg is Executive Director of Sapphire Global, Chairman of Latrobe Valley Power, Chairman of the WAMA Foundation and Chairman of Emerald Experiences. In 2012 Greg was awarded the Order of Australia for services to chemical engineering and international business.

GREG LEWIN AM, CHAIRMAN

GREG LEWIN AM, CHAIRMAN
BE (Chem), MBA, FREng, FIChemE, FIEAust

LYNN JENSZ, FINANCE DIRECTOR
BBus, CPA, Grad Dip in Adv Tax

Lynn has over 30 years working in public practice in regional Victoria. Currently Lynn is Senior Partner with Crowe Horwath and manages two regional Victorian offices. Lynn has been actively involved at Board level serving on the Board of Stawell Regional Health for 8 years, 5 of those as Vice-chair. Lynn is the current chair of the Audit and Risk Committee at Stawell Regional Heath and currently sits as an Advisory Board member of the Findex Community Fund.

LYNN JENSZ, FINANCE DIRECTOR

LYNN JENSZ, FINANCE DIRECTOR
BBus, CPA, Grad Dip in Adv Tax

PETER WESTON, DIRECTOR
LLB, BCom, FAICD

Peter is an experienced company director. He is a member of the Advisory Board of Urban Maintenance Systems Pty Ltd and was previously a non-executive director of Fulton Hogan Limited and Fulton Hogan Australia Pty Ltd and an executive director of Shell Australia Limited and its subsidiaries. He joined the Shell Group of Companies in 1979 and undertook senior legal and commercial roles in both Australia and UK, including as General Counsel of Shell Australia. Peter is also a past President of the Kew Golf Club.

PETER WESTON, DIRECTOR

PETER WESTON, DIRECTOR
LLB, BCom, FAICD

JOHN HAWKINS, DIRECTOR
Dip Civil Eng, Dip Municipal Eng

John has over 45 years of experience delivering Civil Engineering Consultancies specializing in major Land Development Projects in Greater Melbourne and Regional Victoria. He recently retired as Chairman (5 years), Director and Partner (23 years) of Breese Pitt Dixon - Consulting Engineers, Surveyors and Town Planners. His interests also include travel, open water swimming and reading.

JOHN HAWKINS, DIRECTOR

JOHN HAWKINS, DIRECTOR
Dip Civil Eng, Dip Municipal Eng

JACQUELINE HEALY, DIRECTOR
BA(Hons), MBA, PhD

Dr Jacqueline Healy, is the Senior Curator of the Medical History Museum and Henry Forman Atkinson Dental Museum, University of Melbourne. She was the inaugural Director of Bundoora Homestead Art Centre—the public art gallery of the City of Darebin—from 2002 to 2011. Previous positions include Director of the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory and Director, Public Programs, National Gallery of Victoria.

JACQUELINE HEALY, DIRECTOR

JACQUELINE HEALY, DIRECTOR
BA(Hons), MBA, PhD

MIKE STEVENS, DIRECTOR
BTech(EcoT), BEnvSc(Hons), Cert IV Bus Mgt

With close to 20 years working in conservation and land management Mike brings experience in threatened species conservation, large-scale pest control and revegetation, fire management, applied conservation research and strategic conservation action planning. Having spent most of his life living and working in rural areas he has a strong connection to the local community and his practical, can-do approach stems from growing up on a cattle farm, building houses and supporting a start-up small business.

MIKE STEVENS, DIRECTOR

MIKE STEVENS, DIRECTOR
BTech(EcoT), BEnvSc(Hons), Cert IV Bus Mgt

ANGE TURRELL, MARKETING
BArts, Dip Ed, MMkting

Ange has 30 years of senior experience in Australia and Europe in insights, marketing and advertising in the finance and FMCG sectors, most recently as Senior Manager Innovation for Europe and Australia with General Mills International. Currently Ange runs her own marketing services consultancy 2 CHILE in Western Victoria and is heavily involved in Landcare and WAMA as Company Secretary and chief marketer.

ANGE TURRELL, COMPANY SECRETARY

ANGE TURRELL, COMPANY SECRETARY
BArts, Dip Ed, MMkting

TEAM LEADERS

ANGE TURRELL, MARKETING
BArts, Dip Ed, MMkting

Ange has 30 years of senior experience in Australia and Europe in insights, marketing and advertising in the finance and FMCG sectors, most recently as Senior Manager Innovation for Europe and Australia with General Mills International. Currently Ange runs her own marketing services consultancy 2 CHILE in Western Victoria and is heavily involved in Landcare and WAMA as Company Secretary and chief marketer.

ANGE TURRELL, MARKETING

ANGE TURRELL, MARKETING
BArts, Dip Ed, MMkting

TBC ANTHEA NICHOLS, EDUCATION
BSc MASTS PhD

Dr Anthea Nicholls has a background in both clinical chemistry and science/maths education. She has worked in curriculum development and project management and has experience in small business, as a founding director of Catnip Australia Pty Ltd. Before retirement Anthea spent a decade in a remote Indigenous community in Arnhemland, where she worked first as a teacher and later as a researcher, mentor and project coordinator. Her PhD thesis explored the role of technology in a remote community.

TBC ANTHEA NICHOLS, EDUCATION

TBC ANTHEA NICHOLS, EDUCATION
BSc MASTS PhD

NEIL MARRIOTT, SITE ENVIRONMENT
BEd

Neil has a distinguished background in horticultural, botanical and environmental consulting, specialising in Australian native flora. He has consulted to Dunkeld Pastoral Co. and the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne, Cranbourne, was Regional Manager for Trust for Nature Wimmera for 18 years and on the Greening Australia Board, Victoria from 2000-2004. Neil has authored several publications and is currently Head of White Gums Australia, Nursery and Environmental Consulting in partnership with his wife, Wendy herself an expert in native flora.

NEIL MARRIOTT, SITE ENVIRONMENT

NEIL MARRIOTT, SITE ENVIRONMENT
BEd

CATHERINE FRANKLIN HENSLER, EXECUTIVE OFFICE MELBOURNE
B App Sc, Grad Dip FP, Grad Cert Arts

With a formal background in applied sciences and finance, and more than a passing interest in the world of arts and crafts, Catherine has found her perfect role supporting WAMA’s team leaders, so they can concentrate on what they do best. Catherine loves that her role necessitates regular visits to the Grampians.

CATHERINE FRANKLIN HENSLER, EXECUTIVE OFFICE MELBOURNE

CATHERINE FRANKLIN HENSLER, EXECUTIVE OFFICE MELBOURNE
B App Sc, Grad Dip FP, Grad Cert Arts

GLENDA LEWIN, ENGAGEMENT TEAM
BEd (Early Child)

Glenda has a track record of establishing and supporting successful not-for profit organizations both locally and abroad. Returning from Europe after 20 years, Glenda’s combined passion for education and her home in the Grampians led to relationships with like-minded artists and lovers of the region's unique flora and fauna and the creation of the Grampians Wildlife Arts Society, which Glenda chaired for 3 years. Her involvement in the festival on Australian Botanic and Wildlife Art ignited her vision for WAMA.

GLENDA LEWIN, ENGAGEMENT TEAM

GLENDA LEWIN, ENGAGEMENT TEAM
BEd (Early Child)

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