Title: Project Officer
Company: Community and Reform Department, NSW Department of Family and Community Services (FACS)
Location: Bulli, NSW Australia
Passionate and dedicated, Linda Bunclark has garnered more than two decades of experience in family and community services. For the past 13 years, she has been serving as the project officer of the community and reform department for the NSW Department of FACs. This government agency provides support and services for vulnerable families and children, including social housing, disability and child protection services. In her position, Ms. Bunclark is responsible for overseeing government funding to non-government agencies to help support families. She is also in charge of planning and developing place-based services systems around the community’s needs.
As a woman in today’s world, Ms. Bunclark attributes her success to ethical and fair practice. She always tries to see others’ points of view and maintain an inquisitive mind. Ms. Bunclark chose this industry after volunteering with her local neighborhood center. After that experience, she earned a degree in community management, so that she could work to help others in her community.
Ms. Bunclark loves engaging with people and turning their ideas into actions. Her commitment to the community has earned her a number of recognitions, including a Moment to Shine Award, and a Working in Partnership award. She looks forward to making a difference in other communities, in addition to her own.
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