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Western Australia State Council

AHRI members are represented by their State Council. These are comprised of elected professional level members. Nominations for council positions were invited from all AHRI members in February and elections held in March. Congratulations to the new and re-elected councillors. Below is the current State Council for Western Australia.

Helen Sitlington

WA State President

Dr Helen Sitlington FCPHR
Managing Director
Workplace Management Network
WApresident@ahri.com.au

Sitlington joined the WA State Council in 2010 and has been both WA Vice President, Professional Development, and Vice President, Membership. Her key focus as President is to increase networking among local HR practitioners, build on the Student Ambassador program, and encourage HR certification to ensure AHRI engages with local HR practitioners throughout their careers.

Sitlington has held senior HR roles in a number of state public sector agencies before moving to academia, completed her PhD in organisational restructuring and downsizing, and teaching SHRM and ER. She is currently self-employed, conducting workplace investigations, advising on employment relations matters and consulting in organisational development and restructuring.

VICE PRESIDENT, CERTIFICATIONJUSTIN PRINCE CPHR
GROUP HR MANAGER
ERTECH HOLDINGS

Secretary

MICHELLE CRAWFORD CAHRI
HR BUSINESS PARTNER
RAC WA
CouncillorALI LOCAL MAHRI
SENIOR CONSULTANT
ERNST & YOUNG
CouncillorCLAIRE ALLMAN CAHRI
MANAGER PEOPLE AND PERFORMANCE
WESTERN POWER
Councillor CRAIG BAKER CPHR 
MANAGING DIRECTOR
HR LEAD CONSULTING
CouncillorCLIFFORD GILLAM FCPHR
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, WORKFORCE
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION (WA)
CouncillorBARRY JONES CPHR 
DIRECTOR
THINKING HUMAN RESOURCES
CouncillorKIM SCHOFIELD FCPHR
MANAGING DIRECTOR
KAPABILITY SOLUTIONS
CouncillorTHOMAS HACKL CPHR
ORGANISATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS CONSULTANT
WESTERN POWER

AHRI PROCOVER

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Did you know...

That AHRI is representing 21,000 HR professionals from Australia and around the globe?

70 YEARS OF HR IN AUSTRALIA

In 2013, AHRI celebrated 70 years as an institute. In HRmonthly magazine, we reflect on how the profession has evolved.

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