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2 August 2013 - New Deputy Director of the Classification Board

2 August 2013: New Deputy Director of the Classification Board

Minister for Justice Jason Clare today announced that Ms Margaret Anderson would be appointed Deputy Director of the Classification Board.
She has been appointed for a three year term and will begin work on 12 August 2013. The vacancy arose from the appointment of the former Deputy Director, Ms Lesley O’Brien, as Director from 1 January.

Ms Anderson is currently Director of Corporate Legislation and Parliamentary Support with the NSW Department of Corrective Services. She recently completed a two year engagement with the Department of Correctional Services in the Northern Territory working as Deputy Director Strategic and Executive Services then Executive Director, Youth Justice. Prior to this, Ms Anderson completed 16 years in executive and senior management roles within the NSW Department of Corrective Services. 

The full media release is available at www.ministerhomeaffairs.gov.au

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

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