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2022 IPAA NSW Annual General Meeting

All IPAA NSW eligible Professional members are invited to attend the 2022 IPAA Annual General Meeting (AGM).


The agenda includes an announcement of the results of the Council election and you must register to attend.

2022 Call for Nominations have now closed. 

Speakers

Mark Webb FIPAA – IPAA NSW Acting President


Mark has worked across the private and public sectors, including 19 years in senior executive roles in the federal and NSW public sectors. Mark is also actively involved in the not-for-profit sector, through his roles on the boards of Community First Step and IPAA NSW.


Mark Webb FIPAA - Full bio

Mark Webb is the chief executive of the NSW Department of Parliamentary Services, one of the three agencies that supports the operation of the NSW Parliament.

He has worked across the private and public sectors, including 19 years in senior executive roles in the federal and NSW public sectors. Mark is also actively involved in the not-for-profit sector, through his roles on the boards of Community First Step (a NFP organisation supporting the south-west Sydney community) and the Institute of Public Administration Australia (NSW chapter).


Janet Schorer PSM FIPAA, IPAA NSW Vice President


Janet Schorer PSM FIPAA is the Chief Delivery Officer, TAFE NSW. Janet has a passion and commitment to making sure the most vulnerable members of our communities are recognised and valued as an integral part of society.


Janet Schorer PSM FIPAA - Full bio

Janet Schorer PSM is the Chief Delivery Officer, TAFE NSW. Janet has a passion and commitment to making sure the most vulnerable members of our communities are recognised and valued as an integral part of society. 

Janet’s passion led her to train as a nurse working at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, before gaining qualifications as a child and adolescent psychologist.
Janet’s early career saw her working as a community nurse and case worker, alongside people with disability and their families. Janet moved in to policy and program management roles, including taking a lead role in the development and implementation of Aboriginal Child and Family Centres across NSW.

Janet’s commitment to vulnerable members of our communities saw her lead negotiations with the Australian Government as Executive Director, NDIS Reform in the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet, ensuring the NSW transition to the NDIS was successful and kept people with disability at the forefront.
Janet was the NSW Children’s Guardian from 2017 until 2022, leading reforms to strengthen the oversight of people and organisations working with children across NSW. A particular focus during her term was to influence system change for Aboriginal children and young people and their families and communities, and establishing the first legislated child safe scheme in NSW. 

In June 2019, Janet’s contributions to the NSW public service were recognised when she was awarded a Public Service Medal for outstanding public services particularly through the protection of children. Janet was made a National Fellow of the Institute of Public Administration Australia (FIPAA) in 2019. She was appointed a Vice President of IPAA (NSW) in December 2021. Janet is Alumni Ambassador for the Australia and New Zealand School of Government and a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (MAICD).


Event Details

  Time:

 12:00PM – 12:30PM (AEST/AEDT)

 When:

 Wednesday 7 December 2022

 Where:

 Virtual event via Microsoft Teams

 Cost:

 Professional members - Free
 Associate members - Free
 Life members - Free
 Honorary members - Free
 Pro Partner members - Free

   

Be at your best, for NSW.
Register now to secure your spot.

Sponsor acknowledgement
This event is presented with support from our partner/s
Wednesday, 07 December 2022
12:00PM - 12:30PM
Online
Free for Professional, Associate, Life, Honorary and Pro Partner members only.

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