Senior Archivist - Amanda Barber

Amanda joined the organisation in April 2017 as our Senior Archivist. Amanda has a significant background in records management and managing archives, most recently at NSW State Records and Archives Authority (SARA). Amanda is responsible for controlling access to the archives, receiving and acquiring new collections and maintaining strong and accurate records.

 

Assistant Archivist - Ben Woods

Ben also joined the team in April 2017. Ben has backgrounds in journalism, librarianship and archives management. He has experience in the cultural and public sector and has worked with significant archival and library collections at the State Library of NSW and the NSW Parliamentary Library. Ben assists Amanda in the management of the archives and also promotes our services and collection via various media channels.

 

Voluntary Treasurer - Rosemary Harris

Rosemary is a CPA with over 30 years of accounting experience in multiple industries and is currently the Finance Manager of the Customer Owned Banking Association (COBA). She is proficient across all areas of accounting including management, financial, payroll and company tax.

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