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Dianne is a highly experienced educational leader with TAFE NSW. Her 35 year career encompasses tertiary research, university teaching and a range of roles in within the vocational education sector.

Dianne’s discipline expertise is in medicinal and pharmaceutical chemistry however she has extended her industry knowledge and skills to pathology and forensic testing, environmental management and sustainability as well as water operations. In addition to published works, Dianne has received awards in the areas of teaching, sustainability and relationships.

Dianne is currently in an educational leader role with TAFE NSW overseeing the vocational delivery across the Horticulture and Environment discipline area. Dianne’s passion and commitment to education is not restricted to her work in TAFE but extends to working with children in the community with reading difficulties and supporting programs in forensic science for elected gifted and talented students across 80 schools.

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