With such a large area to service, Eastern Riverina Arts has developed a board structure that blends the best aspects of skills based and representative based boards together. Each Local Government member of Eastern Riverina Arts is eligible to nominate a board member based on specific criteria. REROC also are eligible to nominate a board member to provide a regional focus. The board is then able to invite on to the board people to fill any specific skill gaps.
Our board is full of talented and committed people guiding the strategic direction of the organisation and ensuring it is governed sustainably, ethically and legally. If you believe you have something to offer our board and would like to be considered to be co-opted then please get in contact with us.
Anne was co-opted onto the board in late 2017. She has extensive experience in Governance from Executive and Senior positions in TAFE NSW. She is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Elise is currently the Cultural Development Officer at the Arts Centre Cootamundra. She is widely recognised throughout the region for her corporate knowledge and additional skills in cultural development, arts and disability.
Craig has more than 30 years experience working in senior financial and governance roles in the local government sector. He is currently employed as the Director of Corporate Finance at Charles Sturt University.
Claire is the Business Manager of Outback Theatre for Young People. Claire’s strong background in marketing, implementing, fundraising and evaluating cultural programs makes her a highly respected member of the arts sector and it’s many affiliated networks.
Peter is the General Manager of the Lockhart Shire Council. He brings a wide range of skills to the board particularly in dealing with local parliamentarians, government departments and agencies. Peter is also a Graduate of the Australia Institute of Company Directors.
Madeleine is the Manager of Community Services at Wagga Wagga City Council. She comes to the board as one of two representative positions from our Regional Advisory Committee and brings solid strategic and cultural planning skills to the board. Madeleine also has a strong background in Museum practice.
Trudy is the Community Development Coordinator at the Snowy Valleys Council. She also comes to the board as one of two representative positions from our Regional Advisory Committee and brings solid strategic and event planning skills to the board.
Eastern Riverina Arts Inc is a not-for-profit incorporated association, established in 1991 as Eastern Riverina Arts Program Inc. Eastern Riverina Arts holds Tax Charitable Concession status and is registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profit Commission