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27 August 2014 – Appointment of three members of the Classification Board

27 August 2014—Appointment of three members of the Classification Board

Minister for Justice Michael Keenan today announced the appointment of Alison Bickerstaff, Ron Delezio and Jarrah Rushton as new members of the Classification Board for a three-year term. The new members replace members whose terms have expired.

Ms Bickerstaff from Port Stephens New South Wales is a hairdresser and a former proprietor of salons. Ms Bickerstaff is actively involved in the local community through her children's school and sporting commitments.

Mr Delezio from Sydney is a noted public speaker and founder of the charity Day of Difference Foundation, which raises funds to assist children's hospitals across Australia. Mr Delezio was awarded the 2006 Australian Father of the Year and New South Wales Citizen of the Year.

Mr Rushton from Perth is a Sales and Team Manager for a distribution company in Western Australia. Mr Rushton is an active participant in various community organisations promoting the sport of skateboarding, and the installation of skating facilities as a community resource.

The full media release is available from the Minister for Justice website.

You can read more about the Classification Board and view the profiles of the current members.