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Julie looks towards a society where people with disabilities are empowered to live the lives they choose to, and has a deep passion for helping individuals and organisations achieve their goals in this capacity. Julie has a Bachelor of Psychology from WSU and a Master of Commerce (Human Resource Management) from the UNSW. Her working background includes projects of diversity and inclusion at both her alma mater and the Reserve Bank of Australia. Most recently, she has been involved with the CALD community as a peer support trainer.
George has been active in the disability sector for 35 years which stems from his passion in the human rights of people with disabilities. Since then he has shifted his focus towards actively educating others about the NDIS. Prior to this, in 1994 George established the Physical Disability Council within Australia. In 2001 to 2009, George became an advocate in supporting people with disabilities from the CALD background. Other areas of work include teaching disability studies at TAFE NSW and as a service coordinator. He was also the founding member of Push and Power Sports of NSW.
Kristie has been self-managing her care for over 6 years, initially through the direct funding model of the attendant care program and more recently through the NDIS. Kristie is heavily involved in the disability community; she has played wheelchair sports for 17 years and has been on the board of directors for three sporting organisations, and is mentoring the next generation of junior sporting superstars. Kristie is also aiming to pursue a Masters in Health Policy.