Implement leading practice & high-quality standards

Project team 3 is responsible for supporting and creating the infrastructure required to sustain volunteer involvement in the community. This team will respond to any issues that may impede the volunteer strategy.

Project Team Three aims to:

  • ensure regulatory requirements are clear and uncomplicated
  • ensure future policy decisions take into account any potential impact on volunteering
  • ensure issues that impede volunteering are addressed via effective policy.
Project Team

Erma Ranieri, Commissioner for Public Sector Employment, Office for the Public Sector, Department of the Premier and Cabinet

Project Chair

Daniella Nofi, Department for Education and Child Development

Project Manager

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  • Lis Brittan, Women’s and Children’s Health Network, SA Health
  • Susan Caracoussis, SA State Emergency Service Volunteers Association
  • Rod Dolling, Office for Volunteers, Department for Communities and Social Inclusion
  • Tracey Fox, Volunteering SA&NT
  • Georgina Goodrich, State Recovery Office, Department for Communities and Social Inclusion
  • Robyn Heyward, State Manager of Volunteers, SAPOL
  • Simone O’Dea, Volunteer Support Unit, SA Ambulance Service
  • Maria Reveruzzi, Anglicare SA
  • Vanita Schwarz, City of Marion
  • Matthew Taylor, City of Tea Tree Gully
  • Heidi Unferdorben, Department for Education and Child Development
  • Sue Averay
  • Jenny Brown, Uniting Communities
  • Lucy Camp, Royal Agricultural & Horticultural Society
  • Ben Hopkins, South Australian National Football League
  • Branka King, South Australia Multicultural and Ethnic Affairs Commission
  • Jacqueline McDonald, Acting State Coordinator, Police Volunteer Program, SAPOL
  • Jennifer Stupple, Senior Project Officer, StarService, Department for Communities and Social Inclusion

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This volunteering strategy is a practical blueprint for action over the next three years, which will bring real and lasting improvements to the volunteer experience for South Australians.