Tidy Towns Judges
Joanne is Keep Australia Beautiful's longest serving judge with twelve years experience. Joanne has a background in Environmental Science and is a Waste education officer at Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council. Joanne lives in the Hills near Perth, but feels at home out in the regions.
A Keep Australia Beautiful volunteer, Teresa was a co- judge in 2018, visiting the Goldfields.
Peter is a retired engineering consultant with over twenty years knowledge in sustainable practice. Peter lives regionally in WA and has eight years of involvement in the Awards.
As a community volunteer Rhonda enjoys meeting people who are making a difference in their communities and helping spread the knowledge between regional communities.
Hailing originally from New Zealand, Andrew has travelled extensively over WA and always picks up litter where ever he goes. Andrew has his own property company and utilises recycling, reclaiming and reuse of materials in his building projects.
Living near the ocean Wendy sees the build up of litter at the beach and picks up litter on her daily walks. She is interested in being part of a group that informs and encourages others to take care of their communities.
Steve is the Senior Enforcement Officer at Keep Australia Beautiful WA. Steve has been a member of the State Emergency Service for 7 years and is currently the Vice President of Triathlon WA.
Genette is the Deputy Chairperson of the Keep Australia Beautiful Council.
Is the Program Manager of the Tidy Towns Sustainable Communities Awards WA and has seven years experience of assessing communities and projects. Shirley works with regional and remote communities in their litter prevention and sustainability initiatives.
Has five years’ experience of assisting in regional visits and assessing projects. Les is a TAFE lecturer and a community volunteer.
For 10 years Maureen held the position of Communications and Programs Coordinator for Keep Australia Beautiful WA and worked with local, regional and remote communities on programs to promote litter prevention and sustainability. Maureen is the WA Coordinator of the national Neighbourhood Connect and in 2018 she coordinated the statewide WA Marine Debris Project.
Roselt is a semi-retired mining engineer and has lived in regional locations for 8 years. He has a strong interest in sustainability which is expressed in his owner built solar passive house and electric bike project. He is a keen gardener, with a special interest in wild gardens that incorporate edible plants and attracts birds and other wild life.