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HTAV Introduces its New Executive Officer

1 Aug 17

The HTAV is very pleased to introduce its new Executive Officer, Dr Deborah Hull.
 
Deb has worked for six years at The University of Melbourne where she has been the Director of Learning at Ormond College. In this position she has led a team of program managers and teachers supporting tertiary students across all disciplines in a program of 130 classes each week and 180 additional learning events each year. Prior to this, Deb was an independent consultant assisting the Department of Education and Training, its regional offices and Local Learning and Employment Networks with a diverse range of evaluation, professional learning and strategic planning projects. Deb has a PhD in History, a deep respect for the work of teachers, and an ardent desire to support them and their students. Deb will commence duties with the HTAV on Monday, 7 August 2017.

The HTAV would like to sincerely thank Ms Georgina Argus who has been Acting Executive Officer for an extended period of time. Georgina, the Manager of HTAV Publishing, has undertaken the broader range of responsibilities with enthusiasm and competence. Indeed, HTAV has been short-staffed by two senior members in recent months, yet the Annual Conference has been evaluated most positively, the production of new resources is now receiving sustained staffing attention, consultancies and outreach programs have not diminished, and attention on a daily basis to the needs of members has remained of a high quality.

The HTAV would like to thank existing staff for all their efforts and now warmly welcomes Dr Deborah Hull.
 
Dr Rosalie Triolo
HTAV President 
 


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