New Intern Director Appointment


One Tasmanian community leader is embarking on an invaluable 12-month development program, taking on the role of inaugural Intern Director on the Tasmanian Community Fund (TCF) Board.

Deb Mainwaring, from Circular Head, will be taking up the volunteer role for 2021 and will be mentored by the TCF Chairperson, Sally Darke.

Ms Mainwaring is the Manager Connected Communities with the Circular Head Council, volunteers with the Stanley Town Hall Committee and has a long association with hockey and other fundraising in the region.

Ms Darke said that the new role had been developed to build the capacity of Tasmanians to serve on boards... Read more

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