Gordon Marwick is a ex-Shire of York President.He runs a family farming business and is a local JP. Gordon has held many community positions throughout the years and is very passionate about York.
is our centre Coordinator. She has a background in management, training
and accounts. Robyn comes with extensive knowledge from her outstanding
career, and has been with the York CRC since 2016. Robyn is dedicated,
friendly and approachable, which enables our team to thrive.
Heaton is a retired Tafe Lecturer. He currently fills the role of
Secretary of the local York Community Radio station and is Vice
Chairperson of the York Probus Club.
is our allround office superstar. She is the editor for the York
Business Directory, she oversees Reception and the trainee, as well as
assisting with Grant Applications.
Kayla has been with the York CRC since 2014 and is highly knowledgeable in all services we provide.
Pam Heaton was a Secondary Teacher from TSTC Victoria. She was a Home Economics Lecturer at C.Y.O'Connor
College of TAFE with a Diploma of Domestic Arts. She has a Cert IV in
Workplace Assessment & Training and is currently an elected member of the Shire Council and an office bearer of
the York Probus Club.
studying a Cert II Business course through the CRC. Jayden is a
great addition to our front of house and has an interest in all things business. He is friendly and eager to learn.
Lear, formally of Karratha where he ran the Small Business Centre, is a
recent retiree of a small cafe/delicatessen that he ran for 8 years in
the York area.
hairdresser and business owner, Val moved to York in 2013 and has taken
up many volunteer positions giving her time to the community.
Oliver comes from a career in Teaching & Educational
Administration. He now resides in York where he is the local IT
Casual Office Staff
teacher, Ann Wood is the Centre's casual Office Assistant who CRC
open on Saturdays and fills in to relieve staff.
Collins has had a career in education, ranging from teacher through to
Regional Executive Director. Her interest lies in developing
leadership in women. Margaret is currently Chair of the Board at
WA College of Agriculture, Cunderdin, and St Francis Care School in