Meet the SA RAVN State Representative
RAVN State Representatives are motivated, returned Australian volunteers who voluntarily lead RAVN networking activities in their states and territories. State Representatives also engage with Australian aid initiatives and other returned volunteers as well as support the Australian Volunteers Program and grow awareness of the impact and value of volunteering.
Katherine Greer volunteered in Yogyakarta, Indonesia as a Community Education Project Officer at a Permaculture Institute. She is a passionate community development professional and during her assignment, supported her local counterpart to enhance their community education programs and events.
Katherine holds a double degree in Development Studies and International Studies from the University of Adelaide. After graduating, she worked with a local community organisation, managing inclusive community programs and events for people from diverse backgrounds.
As a recently returned volunteer, I am passionate about contributing my skills and enthusiasm to connect returned volunteers and create a supportive community of returned volunteers with regular opportunities for further learning about development issues, connection and support.
Erica volunteered in the Solomon Islands at the Solomon Islands National Statistics Office between May 2017 and May 2018. She assisted staff to develop procedures for releasing statistics to improve transparency of operations, and assisted staff to improve the presentation of statistics.
Erica holds degrees in Social Science and Arts, with Honours, from the University of Adelaide and currently works in families program management.