The purpose of the Access and Inclusion Advisory Group (AIAG) is to provide advice and assistance to the City regarding matters relating to:

  • Strategies identified in the City’s Access and Inclusion Plan
  • Actions detailed in the Access and Inclusion Implementation Plan
  • Access and inclusion issues within the boundaries of the City of Mandurah

Advisory group members are sought by application every two years following Council elections.

The group meets six times a year and consists of two elected members, 10 community representatives and three organisation representatives (APM Communities, Wanslea and Department Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries). The group is supported by City officers.

 

Advisory group members

City of Mandurah

Fiona Allen, Key contact for AIAG
Community Development Officer
9550 3256
Fiona.Allen@mandurah.wa.gov.au

 

Kellie Wilson
Team Leader, Community Sector Support
9550 3717
Kellie.Wilson@mandurah.wa.gov.au

 

Tim Hartland
Executive Manager, Community

  

Peter Roberts
Coordinator, Landscape Services

 

Elected Members

Cr Jenny Green

City of Mandurah
jenny.green@mandurah.wa.gov.au

 

Cr Don Pember
City of Mandurah
don.pember@mandurah.wa.gov.au

 

Community Member Representatives

Vicki Pollard, Chairperson

Peel Volunteer Resource Centre

 

Gary Russell-Brown
Fishability and Sail-into-Life

 

Heath Flanagan
Midway Community care

 

Maureen Bathgate
Community Advocate

 

Aaron Hillbrick
Community Advocate

 

Vick Sweeney
Community Advocate

 

Rod Letchford-Martin
Community Advocate

 

Glen Firth
Community Advocate

 

Organisation Representatives

Aaron Spice

APM Communities, Community Capacity Building Officer

 

Leanne Peebles

Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries

 

Roma Kolatowicz

Wanslea, Community Capacity Building Officer - South Metro

 

 

Access and Inclusion Advisory Group

Easy English - Group Rules - Access and Inclusion Advisory Group (PDF - 853.9KB)
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Terms of Reference - Access and Inclusion Advisory Group (PDF - 201.1KB)
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