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Aspect has announced a new Chair of the Aspect Board.

1 October 2020

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Aspect has announced a new Chair of the Aspect Board today.

Julie Hamblin will be stepping down as the Chair of Aspect’s Board, and retiring as a Board Director. Julie has been on the Aspect Board since 2010 and was elected Chair in June 2017. She has provided exceptional leadership of the Board, valued guidance to Aspect, and outstanding commitment to Aspect’s purpose. We want to thank Julie for her tireless work and dedication to Aspect and wish her well for the future.

Annette Gallard will replace Julie as the Chair of the Aspect Board from today. Annette has been a valued member of the Aspect Board since 2014 and brings more than 20 years of experience as a senior executive in the NSW Public Service. She retired from the position of Chief Executive of the NSW Department of Community Services in 2011 and has since focussed on assisting the not for profit sector as a Board member. She was awarded the Public Service Medal in 2012 for services to disadvantaged communities, particularly Aboriginal people.

Aspect welcomes Annette Gallard to the role of Chair and we would like to thank Julie Hamblin for her hard work and guidance.

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