ACA Victoria announces new Board and President
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ACA Victoria announces new Board and President

by Freya Lucas

November 24, 2022

The Victorian Branch of the Australian Childcare Alliance (ACA) has announced the appointment of its Board for 2023 following its Annual General Meeting. 


32 voting members were in attendance at the meeting, with 26 additional members sharing their votes by proxy. The election of the Executive Committee was professionally conducted, and the following successful candidates announced, including the appointment of the four office bearers.


  • Jarrod MacDonald 
  • Tonii Tran 
  • Nicole Llewellyn
  • Nick Moutzouris
  • Sarah Tullberg
  • Brooke Eerden
  • Sally Orr
  • Paul Mondo 
  • Sam Rosenberg.


Sarah Tullberg will take on the President role in the 2022/23 Committee, supported by Tonii Tran and Nick Moutzouris who will share the Vice President role, while Sam Rosenberg will take on the role of Treasurer. 


The incoming committee will play a pivotal role in both leading and delivering ACA Victoria’s Strategic Direction at such a crucial and challenging time within the early childhood education and care (ECEC) sector. 


Hamish Rotstein, Belinda Spillman, Tammy Bennett and exiting executive committee member Jennifer Kearney were acknowledged for their participation in the election process, and their contributions to ACA Victoria. 


Ms Kearney was signalled out for a special acknowledgement of her “enormous contribution to ACA Victoria as a Board member over the past ten years”.


A key initiative and focus for the 2022/23 Committee will be the IMMERSE conference, to be held 28 and 29 April 2023. For more information about ACA Victoria, please see here

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