Professional Information
Diana
Humphries OAM
Chairman
Work and Leisure Centre for Adults (with a disability) WALCA
Non-Profit Organization Management
Education, Honors & Awards
Awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) (1997); The Australian Centenary Medal (2000); NSW Primary Principal's Assoc. 2005 Social Justice and Equity Award; Rotary's Paul Harris Award; Award of Honour from the Australian National Council of Orff Schulwerk Associations (2006)


Personal Information
Australia
New South Wales
Lidcombe
Department of Education; Institute of Company Directors; NSW Teachers Federation and Retired Teachers' Association; Zonta International - Zonta Club of Sydney West NSW Orff Schulwerk Association.
Yoga Classes, Gardening and Playing in a Renaissance Music Ensemble.
More than 25 years
Diploma of Education, Associate Trinity College of London, Certificate of Foundations of Directorship from the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Experience in teaching creative music and dance through the Orff Schulwerk approach.
Diana spent 40 years as an educator of children with significant disabilities, the last 25 of these years was as Principal of a school for children with severe and profound disabilities. Although now retired from her profession, She is actively engaged in community work and is now a Non-Executive Director, in the role of Chairman of an organisation for adults with multiple exceptionalities (severe and profound disabilities) - a position she has held for the last 5 years. She also serves as President of the Zonta Club of Sydney West which is member of Zonta International. This organisation's mission is to advance the status of women through service and advocacy. She has been involved in this service club since its inception some 34 years ago.
Extensive experience over 20 years of providing classroom music inservice training to teachers at workshops and conferences. Significant knowledge of the care and education of both young children and adults who have very significant and complex disabilities.
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