RPSA Board Members are elected by the RPSA membership each year at the Annual General Meeting. Prior to each AGM we call for RPSA members to nominate to join the Board. Joining the RPSA Board exposes you to a wide range of information and activities that will broaden your skills and knowledge. You do not need to be an expert in rates to join the Board – but your expertise will grow as you learn. Please contact any current Board Member to discuss the benefits that come with this role.
Following the meeting held on 4 March 2020 the following members were elected to the Board. Please do not hesitate to contact any of the below.
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P: 8366 9253
I have been a Revenue Professional in Local Government since 2015 initially at the Rural City of Murray Bridge and then from November 2019 at the Campbelltown City Council.
Prior to that, I had worked in customer service and finance roles, so working in rates is ideal for me as both skillsets are required.
I joined the Revenue Professionals SA as a Board Member in February 2018 as when I was a new Rates Officer I found the support received from the RPSA & my fellow members was invaluable to being able to perform the role. I am passionate about helping new Revenue Professionals by having a forum for them to ask questions, informative resources readily available, to share information & keep members up to date with the many changes that occur within our industry to assist them in their roles.
I took on the role of President for RPSA in early 2020 and have found it challenging yet rewarding. Facing the events that have been affecting our industry and our world, with the need to adapt quickly to our ever-changing new ‘normal’.
In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with family & friends, reading, watching movies and card making.
I look forward to working with the Board to continue to support our members.
P: 8391 7228
I began my Local Government career in 2005 with the Mount Barker District Council Records team before starting in the Rates department in early 2006. The challenges of rating have given me the appetite to develop my knowledge in the field with the completion of a number of Local Government qualifications with a Rates focus.
Mount Barker District Council is one of the fastest growing councils in Australia offering outstanding lifestyle and business opportunities within a diverse and progressive community, currently there are approximately 18,100 assessments in the district.
I like to spend the majority of my time outside of work with my young family and have a passion for cricket, footy and motorsport.
I have more than 20 years office experience and Local Government experience in various roles and areas including administration, program/project coordination, governance and events management. I worked at the Local Government Association of SA for 14 years in various positions from administration up to management and at the Town of Gawler for four years as a Governance Officer. I created Think Purple Solutions (TPS) in 2013 to assist businesses to achieve goals and objectives without the need to accommodate an in-house staff member. As owner and operator of Think Purple Solutions, I provide services to businesses including:
I began my career in Local Government in 2011; fresh out of high school, as the District Council of Mount Remarkable’s administration trainee. After a short stint in the private sector, I returned to the District Council of Mount Remarkable in 2015 and now work in an administrative role, predominantly within our rating department. However I am somewhat a “Jack of all trades”, supporting other Council departments including building and development, environmental health, records, works, finance and even the Melrose post office, amongst other areas. I am currently studying UniSA’s Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) and am involved in a number of local volunteer groups.
I studied at university in Bristol (England) and moved to Australia in 1994.
After many years of hard work and commitment, being recognised as a key legal adviser to local government in South Australia both by clients and my peers in the ‘Best Lawyers Awards’, it was in 2012 that, together with Natasha, I took the opportunity to open our boutique legal practice, KelledyJones Lawyers.
My areas of expertise are all matters ‘local government’ whether legislative in nature or common law based. I provide legal advice including in a strategic, political and business context in contentious, sensitive and difficult matters. I enjoy presenting at sector conferences (both nationally and within South Australia) and have been widely published in local government publications.
Outside of the office I am a bit of a “foodie” and look forward to spending time in the kitchen trying out recipes (in particular, making them pescatarian or vegetarian-friendly). I enjoy watching my boys play sport and spending time with my (nearly four going on fourteen) daughter at our home in the Adelaide Hills.
I started working for Rural City of Murray Bridge in 2009 as a Records Officer. I was in records for about 5 years until I transferred to the finance department as the Accounts Receivable Officer. After about a year of just doing Accounts receivable I started assisting in the Rates area. I just did basic rates tasks but after a while I took over all the debt collection for rates. Just recently I have stopped doing accounts receivable and now solely work in rates. I am currently studying the Diploma in Local Government – Rates through Norman Waterhouse.