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Jane Shakespeare-Finch, PhD
Role: Chair the Management Committee of the Association and represent the Association nationally and internationally.
Zachary Steel, PhD
Role: Assist in the administration of the association and representation of members at the Executive and Management Committee level.
Robyne Le Brocque, BSW, MSocSci, PhD
Immediate Past President
Role: To assist the role of the current ASTSS President.
Dr Bronwyn Morris
Role: I manage the income and expenditure of the Central ASTSS transaction account and monitor the term deposits. Primary roles are to report on the finances to the Management Committee and prepare the accounts for auditing and reporting to Consumer Affairs Victoria.
Daniel Torpy, B.Th, Masters Theol. B.Psych, Masters Psych
Role: The Executive Officer ensures business of ASTSS is conducted properly and in accordance with the constitution and by-laws of ASTSS.
Role: My role involves communicating with members through the website, Stress Points and our membership platform.
Role: The usual responsibilities of a Secretary for a large nation wide association. I get involved in many aspects of the organization from helping to organise ACOTS the Australasian Conference On Traumatic Stress to liaison with members throughout Australia and New Zealand.
Phoenix Australia Rep
Role: ASTSS invites a senior representative from Phoenix Australia to sit as an observer on their Executive Committee, facilitating an ongoing dialogue between the two organisations
Role: To advocate for, and represent students members interested in trauma research across Australia.