Annette Dix has been part of the South West community since 1991. She is experienced in the areas of stakeholder management and organisational change. She has a strong voice that will advocate for people with disabilities in the South West.
Susan joined Advocacy South West as an individual advocate in December 2014. Susan holds a Bachelor Degree in Social Science and a Graduate Diploma in Social Welfare.She is also a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner and is registered with the Attorney Generals Department.
Susan has worked in the Community Services Sector for over 20 years in both Western Australia and her home state of Victoria.
Sandra joined Advocacy South West as an individual advocate in February 2016 and holds a Bachelor Degree in Legal Studies and Post Graduate Certificate in Counselling. She is a family dispute resolution practitioner who is registered with the Attorney General’s Department.
Sandra is also a nationally accredited mediator and has worked in the Community Services sector for 10 years.
Peta-Anne has worked in the Admin and HR corporate sector for many years.She became a part of the Advocacy South West team in April 2014 taking on the role of IA Assistant to the advocates.
She has lived in Bunbury since 2003.
I was born in Bunbury and have had the opportunity to reside in different places in the South West Region and Perth. Throughout my career I have worked in a number of varied industries and positions including Federal Government, Life Insurance / Superannuation, Retail, Transport and currently with Mercantile Marine Pty Ltd and Advocacy South West. I am a highly experienced administrator and am very pleased that I have been given the opportunity to be working with Advocacy South West and am looking forward to supporting our clients and the amazing team at Advocacy South West through my work. I am very proud to say where I work and the wonderful response I receive when I let people know where I am working.
Nicole joined Advocacy South West in January 2017. Nicole holds a Bachelors Degree in Justice Studies with a minor in Addiction Studies. Nicole worked for the Department of Corrective Services for seven years and recently commenced a Social Work Degree. Nicole has a strong desire to work with people with disabilities, to enable them to have a more rewarding and fulfilling lifestyle.