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Branch Executive

Branch Executive is the employer of staff at the AEU and deals with professional, industrial, political and administrative issues. TAFE Executive and Secondary Colleges Committee of Management decide on matters discrete to their sectors; all other matters are sent to Branch Executive.
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Claire Bugg

Claire Bugg

Huonville High School

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I am a new educator and teacher of English and Humanities at Rose Bay High School. I  previously taught at Huonville High School, New Town High School, and Oatlands School. Prior to commencing my career as a teacher, I worked as an electorate adviser to two Members of Parliament, and as a hospitality professional. I also have journalism, graphic design and campaigns experience, including as a past co-ordinator of Journalists on the Edge (JOTE) on Edge Radio 99.3fm, and an internship at the Melbourne Age. I am committed to public education, having attended public schools in North-West Tasmania. I hold a Bachelor of Arts, Master of Teaching, and a Bachelor of Education (Honours) from the University of Tasmania.
Adam Clifford

Adam Clifford

Deputy President

Andrew Butler

Andrew Butler

Huonville High School

Mandy Jackson

Mandy Jackson

Hellyer College

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Deputy Branch President (Support Staff). Mandy Jackson is the Laboratory Technician at Hellyer College in Burnie.  She has been at the college for over 20 years and previously worked at Wynyard High in the same role from 1977-89. Mandy was a member of the Board of Child Health Association of Tasmania (now known as CHAT) and State President during a period of organisational change in the 1990’s and has been on the executive of several sporting organisations and school associations. Well aware of the effect change can bring to workplaces having experienced the Tasmania Tomorrow Academy & Polytechnic experiment’s effect on staff in colleges and TAFE along with the resulting problems it caused within our union, Mandy is keen to avoid such problems. As AEU Tasmania steers its way through the transformational change to our structure and organisational model needed to bring our Union into the light as a vibrant and relevant member-at-the-centre organisation and a leader within the Australian trade union movement, Mandy will strive to ensure employees and members alike are supported and heard throughout the process. Mandy holds a Diploma of Laboratory Technology, a Cert IV in Training & Assessment and is currently completing a Diploma in Work Health & Safety.
Roz Madsen

Roz Madsen

State Manager

Heather Griffin

Heather Griffin

Scottsdale Primary School

Elizabeth Osborne

Elizabeth Osborne

New Town Primary School

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I am a new educator and teacher of English and Humanities at Rose Bay High School. I  previously taught at Huonville High School, New Town High School, and Oatlands School. Prior to commencing my career as a teacher, I worked as an electorate adviser to two Members of Parliament, and as a hospitality professional. I also have journalism, graphic design and campaigns experience, including as a past co-ordinator of Journalists on the Edge (JOTE) on Edge Radio 99.3fm, and an internship at the Melbourne Age. I am committed to public education, having attended public schools in North-West Tasmania. I hold a Bachelor of Arts, Master of Teaching, and a Bachelor of Education (Honours) from the University of Tasmania.
Helen Richardson

Helen Richardson

Branch President

Sallyann Geale

Sallyann Geale

Exeter Primary School

Peta-maree Revell

Peta-maree Revell

Claremont College

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I am a new educator and teacher of English and Humanities at Rose Bay High School. I  previously taught at Huonville High School, New Town High School, and Oatlands School. Prior to commencing my career as a teacher, I worked as an electorate adviser to two Members of Parliament, and as a hospitality professional. I also have journalism, graphic design and campaigns experience, including as a past co-ordinator of Journalists on the Edge (JOTE) on Edge Radio 99.3fm, and an internship at the Melbourne Age. I am committed to public education, having attended public schools in North-West Tasmania. I hold a Bachelor of Arts, Master of Teaching, and a Bachelor of Education (Honours) from the University of Tasmania.
Ian Allan

Ian Allan

King Island District High School

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