Tim Blackburn is the Managing Director at Blackburn Accounting. Tim has talent with numbers was clear from a very early age and has developed a very successful Tax & Accounting Practice located in Victoria Park, specialising in Family Business.
Over the last 20 years Tim has taken on many leadership roles and has been appointed many Company and Not For Profit Boards over the years, in 2014 Tim was elected as the State President of CPA Australia. In 2014 Tim was appointed onto the Board for ASeTTS. In 2019 Tim was elected onto the Board for Toastmasters in Western Australia and in 2021-22 was elected as the State Director.
Tim has global experience in establishing and operating businesses in all types of industries in both local and overseas jurisdictions.
Tim grew up in a farming community in the South-West where the ethos of working together with family and community was instilled at a very early age. Tim has continued this path and has found Rotary a great alignment to contribute to community.
Liz joined Rotary for the opportunity to be involved in the Belmont Community and expand my volunteering outside school P&C's.
I like to be involved, not just participate, and with a background in finance and bookkeeping, I am happy to be Treasurer.
If you would like to find out more about volunteering, Rotary, or fundraising opportunities within the City of Belmont, please contact me, email@example.com
Rachel has a Bachelor of Science, Master of Science Education, and Ph.D. in Education (Science). She has won several Faculty, University, and National awards for Teaching Excellence, and was awarded an Executive Endeavour Fellowship in 2016 to Laos working with Laotian teachers. Her work with the STEMinist group through grants has seen her travel to India, Indonesia, and Malaysia supporting pre-service teachers, teachers, and primary students (steminists.weebly.com/). In 2020 she was inducted into the WA Women’s Hall of Fame for her 30 years of service to STEM and Science Education. Rachel was a 2019 Homeward Bound participant acknowledging her work in science education promoting women in STEM and supporting and collaborating with STEM women from around the world. At present, she is commissioned by UNESCO under the authority of the Director of UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education to report on global citizenship education (GCED) in the Asia-Pacific region and support educators through her work with the United Nations Association of Western Australia.