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Becky moved to Hamilton from Melbourne in 1984 to work for the Department of Agriculture in the Veterinary Laboratory in animal health research and diagnostics. When the laboratory closed in 1996 Becky started working in the community sector and held a number of part-time and casual positions in the sector. She was Coordinator of the Frances Hewett Community centre from 1996 to 1999. In 1998 Becky became Coordinator of the Hamilton Community House, a position she held until 2003 when she joined Western District Health Service as Coordinator of the South West Community Transport Program. Becky retired form this position in January 2017.
As a student in Melbourne in the 1970’s Becky volunteered for a range of organisations that provided recreational programs for children with disabilities. She also volunteered for Arts Access; a program that endeavoured to connect people with disabilities to arts programs. Throughout her working life she has maintained an interest in supporting people with disabilities.
Becky is passionate about the importance of accessible transport that enables all people to participate in their community and access services they need.
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