Jane has over 30 years’ experience serving the community as a Victorian Police Officer and is currently Detective Superintendent in charge of the Finance and Cyber Crime Division, Crime Command. Jane’s policing career includes operational policing, prosecuting, and she has worked as a detective in metropolitan Crime Investigation Units, the Homicide Squad, and Professional Standards Command. Jane’s interests include applied ethics and moral philosophy, most particularly their role in decision-making and critical thinking. With a career spanning 3 decades in policing Jane has experienced significant changes for women in the workplace and continues to pursue sustainable change within a respectful, inclusive and safe working environment. Jane is a passionate lifelong learner. She holds a Master of Leadership and Management (Policing) and a Doctor of Policing and Security. Jane is currently completing a Master of Ethics and Legal Studies.
Jane joined the WLSV Board in April 2019.
Trish is a senior employment lawyer and workplace consultant, with specialist expertise in equal opportunity law. She has more than 20 years experience in legal and leadership roles in private practice, assisting clients in the private, public and not for profit sectors to manage workplace diversity and employee relations issues. Trish is passionate about social justice, diversity, inclusion and equality. She has worked for the Australian Human Rights Commission and in community legal centre outreach and health-justice partnership programs and been actively involved in pro bono work throughout her career. Trish is an IECL certified organisational coach, holds bachelor degrees in law and accountancy and was admitted to practice as a lawyer in Victoria in 2001.
Trish joined the WLSV Board in April 2019.
Kathryn is a qualified Chartered Accountant and has extensive knowledge of accounting, funds management and banking sectors. Her work experience includes auditing, regulatory compliance and risk management roles with international experience in the UK and New Zealand. She is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. She is also RG146 qualified and has a Diploma in Superannuation through the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA).
Kathryn sits on a number of boards and audit and risk committees in the not for profit sector. She also sits on the Disciplinary Tribunal for Chartered Accountants of Australia and New Zealand.
Kathryn joined the WLSV Board in September 2020
Mia is a sales and marketing professional with over 20 years’ experience in the liquor industry across the UK, European, US and Australian markets. Mia has an extensive background in sales and marketing, leadership and team development, brand building, sponsorships and partnerships, commerical planning and operations. Mia has an Undergraduate in International Business from the University of Greenwich and a MA from University College London. Having grown up in the North of Ireland and experiencing conflict within the community, Mia is passionate about political, social and economic rights.
Mia joined the WLSV Board in July 2020.
Adrianne brings over ten years experience working as a senior lawyer and law reform specialist, working predominantly in the community legal sector and with a focus on the rights of women and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. She is currently Associate Legal Director at the Human Rights Law Centre, where she uses strategic legal action, media advocacy and political engagement to change and prevent unjust laws. Adrianne understands the opportunities and challenges for women’s legal services, having worked at the Top End Women’s Legal Service in Darwin, represented the NT on the Women’s Legal Services Australia Committee and volunteered for WLSV.
Adrianne joined the WLSV Board in October 2020.