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Alison is now retired after 35 years in the Department of Education and the Department of Health and Human Services, most recently as Deputy Secretary of both Departments.
She has an honours degree in psychology and a Master of Special Education and has worked with people living with disability and their families throughout most of her career. She is currently registered as a non-practicing psychologist and assists several community organisations particularly in relation to policy and strategic planning.
Sue has had almost 30 years experience living and working with people with acquired brain injury, having co-founded Headway Tasmania in 1986, and then becoming a founding member of HOPES in 1993.
Sue has a Bachelor of Education Degree, and a Masters Degree in Social Science (social research). She is a past chair of the Ministers Disability Advisory Committee and is passionate about people living with a disability having the right to productive lives in the community.
Harun worked in the community sector for 11 years assisting men with issues concerning homelessness and drug and alcohol.
Harun has been employed in the Australian Public Service for 27 years and currently works for the Department of Human Services (Centrelink) in a face to face customer service role.
Harun has been actively involved in Muslim community organisations for over 30 years and is currently Trustee of Hobart Mosque and a Board Member of the Islamic College of Melbourne.
He has a B.A (Hons) from University of Tasmania with majors in History and Political Science.
Harun has personal experience of Acquired Brain Injury and the challenges faced in making a successful return to employment.
Harun is an enthusiastic supporter of Hobart Hurricanes in the T20 Big Bash.
For the last ten years Ros has been a member of the committee supporting HOPES both in the role of secretary and/or treasurer. She has had many years experience working in the Aged Care sector with people who have dementia and now has her own education organisation, Dementia Tas. Her involvement with HOPES began while she was supporting a person with ABI and investigating alternative living arrangements for them.