Over 70% of the SSTUWA membership is female. The SSTUWA recognises that there are issues in workplaces and around the matter of work-life balance which have a particular focus for females.
Bronwyn Croghan, a classroom teacher with almost 30 years experience, has been appointed to the role of Field Officer (Women, Equity and Equal Opportunity), at the SSTUWA.
Bronwyn has spent the last three years as a member of the SSTU and the AEU(WA) Executive. She was also on the Executive in 1992-93. Since receiving her Diploma of Teaching from Graylands College in 1977, she continued her studies to obtain her Bachelor of Education from the WA College of Advanced Education in 1985 - and then her Graduate Diploma of Arts (Applied Women's Studies) from Edith Cowan University in 1993. Her teaching has taken her from Clifton Hills and Bakers Hills to Koongamia, from Bullsbrook District high to Weld Square primary School in Morley.
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