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OUR TEAM

The Committee of the Voices of Mackellar

Voices of Mackellar is registered as an incorporated association in New South Wales

under the Associations Incorporation Act 2009 

Registration Number INC2000884

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Mark Plowman

President

Mark is a director of a management and 

technology consulting & training organisation and has lived on the Northern beaches for the last 33 years.  Mark is passionate about effective political representation and efficient and effective

public administration

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Maree Nutt OAM

Treasurer &

Public Officer

Maree and her family have lived on the Northern Beaches for 25 years. A physiotherapist by profession she has spent more than 30 years as a volunteer and then CEO of a grassroots advocacy charity addressing global poverty. Maree is passionate about empowering the voices of everyday people in our democracy.

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Claudia Newman

Social Media Coordinator

Claudia has lived on the Northern Beaches her whole life, with a great passion for the local area and the natural world. Daughter to the co-founders of non-for-profit organisation Living Ocean Claudia remains a very involved member of the organisation while working in Early Childhood Education with a certificate in Events Management. Claudia is passionate about equality and creating a brighter future. 

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Jennie Parrish

Committee member

Originally from England, Jennie has lived on the Northern beaches for many years at different stages of her life. Before returning from London 2 years ago, Jennie was on the executive board of the Federation of International Women as an events organiser. As well has having expertise in marketing and communications, Jennie is passionate about diversity, inclusivity, equal opportunity and fostering friendship and understanding between people of all backgrounds.

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Jen Webster

Committee member

Jen has called the Northern Beaches home for the past 25 years and worked in the IT industry for over two decades, before utilising her business skills in the non-profit sector. After retraining two years ago, Jen now works as a drug and alcohol counsellor. Her passions are inclusion and social justice, aiming to get all voices heard, especially the quiet ones.

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