Ms Anne Greenway
Anne Greenaway has recently retired from full-time work as CEO of Merrimans Local Aboriginal Land Council and was previously the CEO of South Coast Medical Service Aboriginal Corporation, Moruya Women’s Refuge and Katungul Aboriginal Corporation Community & Medical Services.
With over 30 years’ experience in Aboriginal Education and Training, Community Controlled Health and Housing, as well as active participation and representation on a wide range of Aboriginal Issues, Anne plans to continue to live and participate in the local community.
Currently, Ms Greenaway is on the Board of Katungul ACC&MS, an association that spans over 20 years, chairs Katungul’s Finance and Risk Management Committee and is on the Board of SEARMS. As a strong advocate for women and children’s health and wellbeing issues, Anne currently chairs the Little Yuin Preschool and Family Centre.
Anne has been a Director of the AH&MRC for both the Far South Coast (1998-2005) and the Illawarra regions (2007-2010). She holds a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Letters (History) and Diploma of Business (Management, Governance and Training). Ms Greenaway worked for TAFE NSW for 17 years in Aboriginal Education and Training and is a member, Board member/past Board member of: AbSec (Aboriginal Child, Family and Community Care State Secretariat NSW Inc), Cobowra CDEP (Community Development and Employment Program), ATSIEN (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Employment Network), SEALS (South Eastern Region Aboriginal Legal Service), Oolong House, SEARMS (Regional Aboriginal Housing Management) and SESIAHS (South Eastern Sydney and Illawarra Area Health Service) Area Health Advisory Committee.
Anne is soon to be a great grandmother for the sixth time.