Annual General Meeting
Annual General Meeting
The Annual General Meeting will be held on Sunday 25 November 2018, 1230pm AEDST, following the Spring Working Bee (9am-12pm). All association members are encouraged to attend. For details, contact [email protected].
- Jennifer Crawley, Manager, Legal Aid ACT (returning Board Director)
- Allyson Hogan, Director, Namadgi Legal (returning Board Director)
Moore, National Sporting Schools Coordinator, Touch Football
Australia (returning Board Director)
- Victoria Kane, Advisor, Australian Taxation Office (returning Board Director)
Rice, Advisor, Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet
(incoming Board Director - Conditional Appointment)
Mercer, Business Support Program Consultant
(Conditional Appointment, Business Advisory)
Xie, Assistant Director, Department of Finance
(Conditional Appointment, CPA Accountant)
White, Director, Corinna Chambers Psychologist
(Conditional Appointment, Clinical Psychologist)
Ireland, Director, Specialists in Communications
(Conditional Appointment, Media Relations)
Varley, Learning and Development Manager, JAS Australia & NZ
(Conditional Appointment, Human Resources, Learning & Development)
Please also join us in thanking our outgoing Board Directors who have volunteered many hours of their expertise and care to Baringa:
- Averil Foster, (Outgoing Chair)
- Sarah Kirk (Outgoing Director, Strategic Planning)
- Simone Black (Outgoing Director, Operations)
Board Board Nominations were open from 7-19 November, with an overwhelming amount of nominations, thanks everyone! This year, all ten Board positions became vacant. As we had ten candidates accept nominations, a formal election process was not necessary (clause 11.8(i) of the Constitution and clause 2.6 of the Board Elections By-Laws). For more information contact PJ Aguilar, Executive Officer at [email protected]
Baringa Childcare Centre has a rich history in early childhood education and care. As a pivotal part of the community, Baringa has been caring for generations of families for over 35 years. Baringa offers a nurturing environment to deliver quality education and care, building strong relationships with great inclusion and consistency.
The Board and Centre Management apply the fundamental principle of what is in the best interests of the children attending Baringa as their decision-making platform. The rights and dignity of children are upheld in how the Centre conducts business which includes policy planning, communications, strategic planning and compliance. Baringa recognises and celebrates the contribution different cultures bring to the Baringa community including families who identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander or from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Board meetings are held every 6 weeks with secretariat support from the Baringa Executive Officer. Further information is at Section 11 of the Baringa Childcare Centre Association Incorporated Constitution and the Baringa Board Member Induction Policy.
EARLY CHILDHOOD AND EDUCATION