Who Governs Illawarra Advocacy?
Illawarra Advocacy is an independent, not for profit, local organisation governed by a group of active local community members who are committed to seeking justice, equality and empowering people with disability in the Illawarra.
Illawarra Advocacy has no sectarian or political affiliation and is motivated only by the desire to make a positive difference in the lives of people with disability in the Illawarra.
Board of Management and Staff Biographies
Michael Hall – Manager
Michael Hall attained a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Wollongong. Michael graduated with a major in Political Science and earned two minors in Sociology and Indigenous studies.
It was whilst undertaking these studies that Michael first became involved in Illawarra Advocacy through his volunteering role as a Board member for several years. Later, Michael took up employment with the organisation as its second Manager since the organisation became Illawarra Advocacy.
Michael’s interests include coaching and playing soccer, reading, athletics, keeping fit and spending as much time in outdoor activities with his family as possible.