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Our Board

Chair

Pam McMillan

PH:    02 6041 6244

MOB: 0407 503 605

 

Director Bio’s

 

 

Chair of TWAL – Pam McMillan

Pam has been involved in transport for most of her life and was invited to join the board of Transport Women Australia Ltd in 2000, soon after incorporation. This is her second time serving as Chair, the previous term being for four years from 2004 to 2008.

She was the Transport Women representative on the Council of the Australian Trucking Association for seven years.

Pam is a JP and is also on the board of and Administrator for the Australian Truck Drivers Memorial since 2005.

She belonged to the Advisory Group for Small Business – Wodonga Institute of TAFE (from 1994) and was on a steering committee setting up modules for the Road Transport Certificate courses. Pam was a Ministerial appointment to the Wodonga TAFE Council for two years and was joint coordinator for Road Transport Awareness week in Albury-Wodonga from 1992 for many years, conducting school visits and industry events

Pam was the winner of the National Trucking Industry Woman of the Year in 1999 and along with husband Doug was inducted to the Road Transport Hall of Fame at Alice Springs in 2005.

Pam was a joint winner of the NatRoad 2013 Ted Pickering Memorial Award for Outstanding Contribution to The Road Freight Industry and their company was also the winner of the Global/NatRoad Awards for Excellence in 1998.

Pam sets up quality and accreditation systems mainly for smaller operators and also assists operators with advice on maintaining accreditations.

She wrote a monthly column in an Industry newspaper for ten years on a voluntary basis about issues and life for a small family trucking business, and for five years has organized a local fundraising and awareness campaign for Parkinson’s disease.

 

 

 

Ex Efficio – Jacquelene Brotherton

Jacquelene joined the transport industry in 1970. She has worked for several major transport companies with 20 years in livestock transport and roles in fleet management, general and refrigerated transport operations as well as owning her own truck.

She has been the Transport Manager for Oxford Cold Storage since 2007.

Jacquelene is Life Member of the Livestock and Bulk Carriers Association of NSW, Co-Chair of the Wyndham Industrial Liaison Development Committee and Chair of the Refrigerated Warehouse and Transport Association – Transport Committee which compiled the RWTA Code of Practice for the refrigerated warehousing and transport sector.

She is a member of the Global Cold Chain Alliance Supply Chain Operations Committee and the International Association of Refrigerated Warehouses Safety Committee based in Washington DC.  In 2015, Jacquelene took part in a Best Practices Task Force for the Sanitary Transportation of Food in the USA.

Jacquelene is also a member of the Western Transport Alliance, Livestock Transporters Association of Victoria, NatRoad, Women in Trucking (US) and Women in the Cold Chain (US). She has been a member of Transport Women Australia Limited since 2003 and has served on the Board since 2008 acting as Chair between 2009 and 2011.

She has participated in the Worlds Greatest Shave five times, raising funds for the Leukaemia Foundation.