Board Members

SASSLA engages a private voting company to conduct a yearly election of Board Members. Nominations are sent to all members in October of each year via the voting company. After nominations are received a postal ballot is forwarded to all members in February of each year. Members are elected for a two year term, with four members being elected one year and five members being elected the next year. This arrangement ensures continuity of Board Members each year.

Phil O'Loughlin Chief Executive
Phil O’Loughlin

Phil joins us in 2018 with a wealth of experience in industrial relations. He is the previous Executive Director of Human Resources for the Department for Education and was the lead negotiator for the Department in the 2015 Enterprise Bargaining Agreement. Phil looks forward to working with SASSLA members and once again collaborating with the Department for Education.

Marion Coady Chairperson
Marion Coady

Principal
Aberfoyle Park High School

Briony Brooks Board Member
Briony Brooks

Preschool Director
Netley Kindergarten

Sharon Goldman Board Member
Sharon Goldman

Principal
Blackwood High School

Steve Freeman Board Member
Steve Freeman

Principal
Woodend Primary School

Tracey Davies Board Member
Tracey Davies

Principal
Richmond Primary School

Craig Duguid Board Member
Craig Duguid

Deputy Principal
Aberfoyle Park High School

Tyson Grinham Board Member
Tyson Grinham

Principal
Lockleys North Primary

Sue Burtenshaw Board Member
Sue Burtenshaw

Department for Education Officer

Patrick Moran Board Member
Patrick Moran

Principal
Elizabeth Park Primary School

 

Why SASSLA?

  • Protect your career, reputation and wallet with fully funded legal support. Neither the Department nor the AEU can be relied upon to support you when something happens. Join now and let SASSLA be your safety net!
  • What would happen if a staff member and you both needed representation from the AEU on the same matter? We provide a voice and uncompromising advocacy for school leaders.
  • Membership fees are $29.59 per fortnight and are tax deductible. Far more cost effective than the AEU.
  • We maintain our independence from political parties and the Department to ensure we represent your views.
  • Free conferences and seminars dedicated to school leadership issues throughout the year.
  • Regular e-news, web and social media updates about leaders' work and legal matters affecting education.
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Testimonials

SASSLA
As a principal we can find ourselves in circumstances beyond that which we expected or are prepared for. One such event occurred to me creating much concern and pressure. Fortunately SASSLA was there ensuring a positive outcome which has seen me back doing what I love; educating our states future.