Oliver comes from a career in Teaching & Educational
Administration. He now resides in York where he is the local IT
is our centre Coordinator. She has a background in mining, 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.
started with the CRC as a trainee in 2020 and made an impact on our
community with her many costume appearances. She was awarded the
Assistant Coordinator position
in November 2022 and helps Robyn in the running of the centre,
coordination of events, grant writing and is the Student Support
Officer for the Lumen Wheatbelt Regional University Centre.
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.
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studying a Cert III Business course through the CRC. Hannah is
our front of house and has an interest in all things design.
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.
Taleah is studying
cert III Events and has shown great potential in organisation, document
creation and attention to detail with assisting in events so far.
White, Local Footy coach, the creator of the Free Kick program, a
career history in Law Enforcement, education and currently employed by
the WAFC as Coach Coordinator.
Ben plays an active role in the community and is passionate about youth development.
hairdresser and business owner, Val moved to York in 2013 and has taken
up many volunteer positions giving her time to the community.
has a passion for community, family, health and wellbeing, when she's
not in her garden, Ngarie helps her husband Grant run their farming
business in York andruns her own Young Living business .
has had an extensive career, and is passionate about the time he spent
in Russia. He is a delight to have as part of the team, and we
appreciate him choosing the CRC to volunteer his time with.
Dawn comes from a
dedicated career in the education sector, and is a passionate advocate
for our community through organisations such as CWA, Mens Shed and now
the York CRC. We are honoured to have Dawn on our committee.
Casual Office Staff
teacher, Ann Wood is the Centre's casual Office Assistant who CRC
open on Saturdays and fills in to relieve staff.