Phil has been Executive Officer at CEP for more than a decade now and has a wealth of knowledge regarding the function, benefits and challenges of rural and remote education.
Phil has been instrumental in a range of initiatives aimed at fostering enhanced education outcomes in rural communities.
He has further represented these communities through involvement in a range of government and education sector working groups, as well as peak national education bodies.
Kate has extensive experience and knowledge in the provision of education in rural and remote communities, across many states and joins the CEP team in 2018 with a very strong curriculum background.
Previously she has worked as an education consultant within the Catholic Education Office; an assistant principal in a number of rural and remote schools; a senior consultant within the Northern Territory, working with a number of remote schools; and most recently, as an Assistant Principal with a re-engagement school across three states, based out of South Australia.
Bill returns to the CEP team in 2018 with a breadth of knowledge covering our Gippsland region of clusters and partnerships, having worked as an education leader across the region for the best part of 40 years.
Bill retired as Principal at Korumburra Primary in 2012, but not before being named Regional Principal of the Year.
His expertise in rural, remote and specialist education is a vital asset for CEP.
Britt joins CEP following more than a decade working within the media industry.
She began her career working at her local newspaper in Swan Hill before joining the Win Television network in 2010, where she was employed as a reporter across their Shepparton, Bendigo and Ballarat bureaus, specialising in legal reporting.
In 2014, Britt moved into a presenting and producing role, heading-up Win’s Late Night Bulletin before assuming the position of Nightly Weather Presenter.
Trish began working with CEP in 2005.
She has extensive knowledge of finance and administration support, highlighted by a period of twelve years, from 1982 to 1994, working in the Australian Airforce, in the areas of finance and purchasing.
She made her first step into the education sector in 2002, working as an Executive Assistant with her local North East Tracks LLEN.
Rose grew up in the small town of Ouyen, in the Mallee, where she completed her schooling.
Since finishing school she undertook a gap-year to travel overseas as a volunteer.
She is now in her second year stuyding at Deakin University, Burwood, with the intention of becoming a secondary school teacher.