GSG LLEN has a dedicated and committed staff team which implements our strategic plan. Introducing the team:
Executive Officer: Anne Murphy
The GSG LLEN Executive Officer leads the organisation by building strategic partnerships across the region with education providers, business and industry, parents and families and community groups. Anne has worked at the GSG LLEN in the role of EO since March 2010.
|Marg Wagner – Hamilton||Tiana Richardson – Portland|
The GSG LLEN has two Partnership Brokers working across the Glenelg & Southern Grampians Region to build strategic and sustainable partnerships that improve education, training and employment outcomes for young people 10-19 years of age. By facilitating stakeholder engagement, building community capacity and infrastructure and driving the Government’s education reform and social inclusion agendas, the Partnership Brokers work with a broad range of organisations and people from education providers, business and industry, parents and families and community groups. A Partnership Broker is dedicated to each of the LGAs and works to develop effective partnerships with our key stakeholders and networks.
|Structured Work Placement Officers|
|Amy Silvester – Portland||Janelle Tooley – Hamilton|
The GSGLLEN also has two Structured Work Placement Officers whose roles involve developing new opportunities for vulnerable students to engage in workplace learning opportunities such as Structured Workplace Learning and School Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships. Their particular focus is finding placements for Indigenous students, students with a disability, and students at risk of leaving education training early, in addition to hard to place industries.
Future Leaders of Industry Co-ordinator: Lilja Radley