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Classification Review Board Members

Classification Review Board members

The members of the Classification Review Board are chosen to be broadly representative of the Australian community. This means that they are drawn from diverse areas, age groups and backgrounds. Board members are not required to hold any specific qualifications, but they must meet certain selection criteria which reflects the experience and qualities needed to effectively carry out their role.

The members of the Classification Review Board live in different parts of Australia and travel to Sydney to make review decisions.

Who are the current Classification Review Board members?

The Review Board is made up of a Convenor, a Deputy Convenor and other Review Board members.

Fiona Jolly

Fiona Jolly 

Convenor

Appointed: 18 September 2017

Appointment expires: 2 January 2019

Fiona Jolly, 49, resides in Wamboin NSW and works in the ACT. She is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the Advertising Standards Bureau and previously held numerous positions with a number of Australian Government agencies. Fiona is a community member of the Radiation Council (ACT) and has also held positions on numerous boards including as Chair of Australian Business Volunteers, the Ministerial Advisory Council for Women (ACT), National President of the Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) of Australia and positions on the YWCA Canberra and Majura Primary School Boards.

Fiona holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts (ANU) and a Master of Laws (Melbourne) specialising in communications and international trade law. She is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Fiona is the parent of four children aged nine to seventeen years and has been actively involved in her local community through her children's school and sporting commitments as well her volunteer work with the YWCA over a period of 15 years.

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Susan Knowles

Susan Knowles 

Deputy Convenor

Appointed: 18 September 2017

Appointment expires: 17 September 2020

Susan (Sue) Knowles, 66, resides in Perth, Western Australia. Sue retired as a Senator for Western Australia in the Australian Federal Parliament after 21 years of public service. During her career in the Parliament, Sue held a variety of positions including Shadow Minister for Multicultural Affairs and Deputy Opposition Whip in the Senate. Sue also served on many Senate committees and inquiries including as chairman of the Senate Community Affairs Legislation dealing with health care, aged care, aboriginal heath, welfare and other related matters.

Sue is currently a chairman of the Council of Owners for Seashells Resorts in Broome and Mandurah. She is actively involved in the local community by way of volunteer work with the St John of God Hospital and is a member and patron of several local sporting clubs.

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Peter Attard

Peter Attard 

Appointed: 18 September 2017

Appointment expires: 2 January 2019

Peter Attard, 49, lives in Melbourne, Victoria. He has been the director of two small retail businesses, managing digital music sales as well as importing food, wine and beer from Malta. Peter has also been involved in a variety of hospitality projects and ventures.

He has created and taught media, visual literacy, visual arts and photography curriculum in both secondary and TAFE education, as well as serving as Coordinator of these studies at various colleges in Victoria.

Peter has been a committee member of the Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM), judged ATOM student film awards and is a member of the Victorian Institute of Teaching.

Peter holds a Bachelor of Education (Visual Arts) from the University of Melbourne. He is the father of two teenage children, and actively pursues his passions of film appreciation, music, AFL football and travel.

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Peter Price OAM

Peter Price 

Appointed: 18 September 2017

Appointment expires: 17 September 2019

Peter Price AM, 53, resides in Sydney, NSW and is an advertising and communications professional with over 25 years’ experience in multi-national agencies in Johannesburg, London and Sydney.

His experiences as a victim of multiple crimes in South Africa helped steer him in the direction of violence prevention and law enforcement advocacy. Mr Price has been closely involved with the development of Crime Stoppers in Australia and around the world.

Mr Price has been a Director of Crime Stoppers, in Australia, since 1999 and has served as Chairman for five years and as Deputy Chairman for six years.

He has also served as Vice President of Crime Stoppers International 2012–2016 and played a significant role in the relationship with Interpol.

He is currently the Managing Director of First Light, an advertising agency he founded in 1994 as well as part time CEO of Crime Stoppers in NSW and Director of Corporate Communications for Crime Stoppers Australia.

Mr Price was also a Board Director of the Internet Industry Association from 2011 to 2014. He holds a Diploma in Marketing Management and is a Graduate and Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

In 2009, Mr Price was awarded the OAM, Medal of the Order of Australia and then in 2017 an AM, Member of the Order, for his service to community safety through executive roles with Crime Stoppers locally an overseas and for Law Enforcement advocacy.

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Richard Williams

Richard Williams

Appointed: 18 September 2017

Appointment expires: 17 September 2019

Richard Williams resides in Brisbane, Queensland, and is the Principal for Ideas Grew, a consultancy providing a range of services to commercial and not for profit organisations including strategic planning, development of funding models, research, reviews, mediation and training.

His career history encompasses both state and Commonwealth government positions including Director of Strategic Planning for Queensland's Emergency Services Department, Director of Facilities and Services for Education Queensland and First Assistant Secretary with the former Commonwealth agency, Australian Estate Management.

Richard holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Graduate Diploma in Town Planning. He has also had a long association with Volunteering Queensland and Volunteering Australia in a variety of positions together with service as a member of the Fathers' Executive of Brisbane Girls Grammar.

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