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Victor Dominello was elected as Member for Ryde at a by-election in October 2008. He was made a Minister following the 2011 State Election.
Victor Dominello is a senior Minister in the Berejiklian Government and has held various portfolios over 8 years including Aboriginal Affairs, Better Regulation and Finance.
He has been appointed the inaugural Minister for Customer Service. The first of its kind in the country, this ministry aims to put the customer and citizen first in the design of all government services.
Victor firmly believes that the adoption of data, digital innovation and technology is integral in modern policy design and delivery of public services. Digital design has been a key pillar of the various policy reforms and initiatives which he has led.
Jonno Colman is a project manager in the ATO – managing the GST at settlement project to strengthen the integrity of GST on property transactions. He has over 15 years’ experience at the ATO, including national liaison officer with the Department of Immigration and Border Protection, excise revenue performance manager, fraud intelligence analyst and GST field officer.
Mick Mooney is a personal branding, communications and storytelling coach and advisor. He is the author of 8 books, including his latest, “Trust Me, I’m Human: Why storytelling works at work.
Leanne Hughes is the Director of Litigation and Policy in the Office of the Registrar General. Before taking on her current role, Leanne worked for more than 25 years as a lawyer for Land and Property Information, providing legal and policy advice to the NSW Registrar General and Surveyor General on a wide range of matters, from administration of the Torrens Assurance Fund to the digital transformation of the land title system and conveyancing process. She is an expert in land law and is the current author of Woodman and Nettle: The Torrens System in NSW.
Many years ago, Malcolm was in the police force and then worked as a counselor at Long Bay Gaol where he sharpened his communication skills via facilitating group therapy sessions for maximum-security inmates.
This sparked his interest in group facilitation, self development and the unconscious drivers that can lead people, teams and companies to success or disaster
Gary Newton is a partner in the Property and Development Group of HWL Ebsworth Lawyers.
Gary has been practising in the area of property law for over 35 years, providing advice on a wide range of matters to business, government and individuals. Gary holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Sydney and is an Accredited Specialist in Property Law, since 1994.
Gary is the co-author of a book published in December 2017 called "Land Acquisition" 7th edition by Gary Newton and Christopher Connolly. This new book deals with land acquisition and compulsory resumption in every jurisdiction of Australia. Christopher Connolly is one of Gary Newton's partners at HWL Ebsworth.
Peta Stewart owns a successful conveyancing business based in Albury NSW which has been open for 10 years. Her modern approach to business development, personal branding and client centric experience has seen her business thrive and catapulted Peta into a business mentoring role along side her conveyancing business.
Catherine is a partner at Mills Oakley Lawyers. Admitted in 1994, she is a Law Society accredited specialist in property law who loves property law and working with all those in and associated with the industry.
Her leasing expertise includes: stream leasing; leasing of retail, commercial, industrial and strata title properties, special purpose leases and environmentally sustainable (or green) leasing.
Catherine understands that many property transactions are the start of a long term relationship between the parties. She is expert in ensuring that her clients’ needs are met and desired outcomes are obtained whilst maintaining a strong relationship.
Catherine is a member of the Property Law Advisory Committee to the Law Society Accredited Specialist Programme and is the author of the Leasing and Land Tax Modules for LexisNexis Practical Legal Guidance.