Joining the Board on a part-time basis and each for a period of three years, the new members are:
Ms Cheryl Cartwright—who brings a wealth of experience in politics and governance and is currently a Non-Executive Director of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority Board.
Professor Anne-Maree Tiernan—who is currently a Director at the Policy Innovation Hub at Griffith University and Dean (Engagement) at the Griffith Business School and worked in federal and state government before turning her career to research, teaching and consultancy.
The Board determines the objectives, strategies and policies to be followed by OPH and ensures the proper and efficient performance of OPH’s functions.
The Museum of Australian Democracy at OPH is a living museum of social and political history, located in a nationally listed heritage building. This year, Australia celebrates 90 years since the opening of OPH.
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