In 2014 Coral received one of the '100 Women of Influence Awards' announced by the Australian Financial Review and Westpac, recognising her service to local government. She retired as the Victorian Branch President in 2016, after serving two consecutive terms; this was as required by the Victorian branch constitution,. She remains on the Victorian committee as Metro Representative, and was awarded a Life Membership in 2017.
Coral was first elected to Boroondara Council in 2002, and has served as mayor 3 times. She also served as Interim President of the Municipal Association of Victoria (MAV). In April 2017 she was re-elected National President for a further term of two years.
Rebecca is the first President of the Queensland branch who is not an elected member within Local Government.
Rebecca has a MBA in Strategic Human Resource Management and Communications, and is the Client Relations Manager at Local Buy Pty. Ltd., which was established by the Local Government Association of Qld as a procurement service for Councils and government entities. She was elected National Vice President in April 2017 for a two year term.
Helen served as a Councillor with the City of Whitehorse from 2005, retiring in 2016; she also served as mayor 2008/9. In 2016 she stepped down as secretary of the Victorian Branch after serving in that capacity for 6 years and was awarded a Life membership for her service. She is now the Victorian treasurer and accepted the new position of Executive Officer there.
In April 2017 she was again seconded for the position of National Secretary, for a further two year term.
Alwyn has been a Councillor with Waratah-Wynyard Council since 2002, and is the Tasmanian delegate to the Board. She is also the current President of the National Rural Women's Coalition. In April 2017 she was re-elected as National Treasurer for a further two year term.
Marianne was elected to Shellharbour City council and Deputy Mayor in 2011; in 2012 she was elected Mayor and re-elected Mayor every year since. Re-elected to council in September 2017, she is the current Mayor.
Prior to Council, Marianne represented the state seat of Illawarra in the NSW Parliament from 1999 to 2007. During that time she held various positions on Joint Standing Committees including the Regulation Review Committee, and the Staysafe Committee, and was Chairperson of the Electoral Matters Committee.
Marianne is the current President of ALGWA (NSW Branch), Director of Civic Risk Mutual West, and Director of Mutual Management Services.
Marianne is passionate about supporting women in Local Government.
Fay Miller arrived in Katherine late 1989 and fell in love with the lifestyle and the community spirit, deciding to make Katherine her home. She has been involved in a wide variety of community activities since that time, including social photographer, owning a tourist park and licensed general store, Chairperson and executive member of the Katherine Region Tourist Association, board member of NT Tourist Commission, board member of Tourism Training NT, board member of Katherine Hospital, and first elected as an Alderman to Katherine Town Council in 2002. She was the Member for Katherine in the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly from 2003 to 2008. In March 2012, she was elected as mayor of Katherine and continues in this role today. She is also the N.T. Branch President..
Betty is President of the South Australian Branch and was first elected to Salisbury Council in 1989, serving continuously ever since. In 2015 she was awarded the inaugural Joy Baluch Award which recognises the contribution of women Councillors in South Australia. She served as National Vice President from 2015-2017, and stepped down at the AGM.
Janet has been a Councillor with the City of Perth since 1998, and is the Western Australian branch President.