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Awarded for service to Arts and Media; Business, Industry and Workplace Relations; Community Advocacy and Inclusion; Human Rights, Justice and Corrections; Agriculture/Primary Industries; Tourism; and Volunteering
Born: 20 January 1959
Entered on roll: 2021
Chartered accountant Janine Healey lends her expertise to a variety of organisations and is a valuable mentor.
Janine has over 30 years’ experience in Chartered Accounting including 15 years at KPMG and 8 years at Deloitte. In 2003, Janine joined Ruddicks Chartered Accountants in Launceston where she is a Director.
Janine serves on several boards and committees. Janine’s expertise in areas such as business, governance, succession planning, finance and knowledge of the community are valuable for the Boards on which she serves.
Janine's high-level involvement with significant corporate entities ensures she is across current issues facing all businesses. Janine is a past director of Hydro Tasmania and Port of Launceston, trustee of the Tamar Peace Trust, director of Football Federation of Tasmania, TasRail, Fermen Tasmania and Queenstown’s Unconformity Festival.
From 2012 to 2015, Janine served as the first female president of the Launceston Chamber of Commerce (founded in the 1840s). Janine was the Launceston Chamber of Commerce’s vice-president for 2011 and treasurer from 2000 to 2010 and again since 2017.
Janine is the first female divisional State president of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and a mentor and advocate for women on boards. Janine recognises talent or potential and connects people. It is this ability to bring people together that has improved the community.
Janine is a founding director (2011- 2018) of the Harvest Market that has become a staple of Launceston’s food scene.
Janine is a founding trustee of the Tamar Peace Festival that brings various groups together to focus on community goodwill.
Under Janine’s guidance, Queenstown’s Unconformity event has grown from a local arts weekend into a state-wide and national event with a growing reputation.