Margaret joined ATSA in early 2021 as Senior Policy Officer and works directly with David Sinclair.
Margaret’s experience in policy development has been developed through her work in the not for profit sector including Odyssey House, Ronald McDonald House Randwick, Vision Australia and Spinal Cord Injuries. She also has experience in the commercial sector. Margaret will help ATSA generate submissions and enact change for the assistive technology industry.
Melanie joined ATSA in 2021 as Event and Marketing Manager. Melanie has a strong background in operations and marketing roles. She has worked alongside ATSA assisting with organising ATSA Independent Living Expo or as an exhibitor for more than 12 years.
Kerry joined ATSA in September 2019 as Membership Officer, continuing a career trajectory incorporating management of diverse stakeholder groups from Membership Manager of APRA Ltd to Undergraduate Manager of the visual arts Faculty of the University of Sydney.
Wendy had an extensive background in critical care nursing before joining a start-up assistive technology (AT) retailer in western Sydney.
When it comes to AT, she has broad experience in all facets of customer service, inventory management, accounting and administration. Over the past 24 years Wendy has worked for a number of AT businesses including Pharmatrans, Seating Dynamics, Durable Medical Equipment and Invacare. She currently works part time for ASTA in accounts and administration.
David has held several management roles with Unilever, Canon Australia and ParaQuad NSW/BrightSky Australia, with over 30-years of experience in business process design, change management and business development.
He has worked in a varity of business sectors including construction, manufacturing, consumer electronics, IT, medical consumables, Assistive Technology and the NFP sector. Joined ATSA in November 2016 as Executive Officer.
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