Our Board Members

Troy Tutaki

Troy Tutaki
Chairperson

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Graeme Gibson
Vice chairperson

When my partner and I were considering moving to Kyogle, a little over four years ago, we discovered the gym was community run, the cinema was (at that time) community run, and there was a small farmer’s market. These are things that appealed to us. 

I’ve worked in community development and adult education for a very long time. I believe that communities have a right to influence the future of their community and that how people learn is very often as important as what they learn. I am a mediator, a facilitator and a writer and spend time contributing to the community in a variety of ways, including Kyogle Together. 

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Susie Cornell 
Secretary

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Position Vacant
Treasurer

Adele Wynd

Adele Wynd
Member

AS long as I can remember I have had a keen interest in a sense of community, Community development and caring for the most vulnerable members of our society. I attended UQ to become a Social Worker and have actively worked in Health/Welfare sector for many years now.
I moved to Kyogle over 13 years ago, attracted by the nearby National Parks and the cute village feel of the town centre. In my time of living in Kyogle, I have witnessed a town that works together to get things done. I believe there is nothing that the people of Kyogle aren’t able to achieve. Being inspired by this, I became a member of the Kyogle Together Board over 5 years ago and have proudly seen this organisation grow and assist many different groups within the community.
I am extremely proud to be a part of Kyogle Together and the services and programs which it umbrellas and I would like to thank all those who have volunteered or supported to maintain and grow these services and programs.

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Olivia Rado 
Swoopin’ Season 
Youth Representative 

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John Cieslak 
Member

Sharyn Marshall

Sharyn Marshall
General manager

Kyogle Together Inc. acknowledges the Gullibul, Githabul, Wahlubal and Banjalang people who are the Traditional Custodians of the land and waters within the Kyogle Local Government Area, and we pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.