Anne Whalley is the current National Treasurer, Past Qld State Director and Admin Officer of WINSC. She is an inaugural member of the Qld Body and is the voting delegate on the National Rural Women’s Coalition.
She is a partner with her husband in a wild harvest of seafood business based in Bundaberg as the business manager as well as a part-time Medical receptionist. She been involved in the medical profession for many years and is very passionate about rural, regional and remote health services and access to these services for people in these areas of Australia.
Anne is a member of the FRDC People Development Reference Group and a committee member of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority Local Marine Advisory Committee Bundaberg Region.
She holds an Advanced Diploma of Business Management, has completed a Building Rural Leaders course, participated in an Australian Institute of Company Directors Workshop and has a Certificate IV in Seafood Industry (Aquaculture) – to conduct a self audit of a quality system and a Statement of Attainment for a Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) based Food Safety Planning certificate to develop a Food Safety Plan.
Anne is heavily committed to the seafood industry and campaigns tirelessly to promote the ecologically sustainable and environmentally safe practices of the wild harvest operations they are involved in as well as the benefits to the consumer of fresh local seafood. She is passionate in her pursuit of an improved image for the seafood industry.