ASU staff

Lisa Darmanin

Branch Secretary

Lisa is a proud and passionate unionist, beginning her association with the ASU as a member and active workplace delegate, from Berry Street Victoria in 1997. Read more…

0407 308 503
ldarmanin@asuvictas.com.au

Billy King

Branch Executive President

Billy has a long history of activism in the ASU, helping make a difference to the lives of working people. He joined the Municipal Employees Union (MEU) in 1989. Read more …

0437 124 669
bking@asuvictas.com.au

Michelle Jackson

Deputy Branch Secretary

Michelle overseas the Campaigning and Organising team for the Local Government and Energy industry divisions. Along with Leon Wiegard, she is responsible for campaigning and growth across the Branch. Michelle also deputises for the Branch Secretary and Executive President as required. Read more …

P: 03 9342 3474   |   M: 0418 539 054

mjackson@asuvictas.com.au

Melissa Wainwright

Assistant Branch Secretary

Melissa overseas the Servicing team, responsible for industrial advocacy and growth across the Branch. Read more …

P: 03 9342 3443   |   M: 0408 384 464

mwainwright@asuvictas.com.au

Leon Wiegard

Assistant Branch Secretary

Leon overseas the Campaigning and Organising team for the SACS and Infrastructure industry divisions. Along with Michelle Jackson he is responsible for campaigning and growth across the Branch. Read more …

P: 03 9342 3408   |   M: 0438 060 298

lwiegard@asuvictas.com.au

Lead organisers
Organisers
Branch Executive Members

BRANCH SECRETARY
Lisa Darmanin

BRANCH EXECUTIVE PRESIDENT
Billy King

BRANCH PRESIDENT
Barry Gough

BRANCH SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT
Jan Wrigley

BRANCH VICE PRESIDENT: WOMEN
Wendy Phillips

BRANCH EXECUTIVE MEMBER: YOUTH
Bianca Long

BRANCH EXECUTIVE MEMBERS:

LOCAL AUTHORITIES INDUSTRY DIVISION
Diane Smith
Maree Renden
Susan Bratby
Andrew Bayes
Kristy Meikle
Simon Davis
Bradley Peirce
Gary Browne

SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICES INDUSTRY DIVISION
Dawn Stuart
Libby Jamieson
Piergiorgio Moro

WATER AND ENERGY INDUSTRY DIVISION
Penny Flynn
Thomas Hillebrand

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES, TRANSPORT SHIPPING & TRAVEL,
CLERICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE AND AIRLINES INDUSTRY DIVISION

Dale Borthwick

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12 hours ago

ASUVicTas

Even on Sunday’s ASUVicTas team are pushing for progress. Lead Organiser Tash Wark gets support for continued improvements to portable long service leave for sacs members on day 2 of ALP Vic state conference. ... See MoreSee Less

Even on Sunday’s ASUVicTas team are pushing for progress. Lead Organiser Tash Wark gets support for continued improvements to portable long service leave for sacs members on day 2 of ALP Vic state conference.

 

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Great work Tash! 👏

Excellent Tash Wark

Nice work

Thanks Tash Wark! Union women ❤❤ Union power ❤❤

Go Tash Wark 😃🙌🏻

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Great work Tash Wark 💪

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2 days ago

ASUVicTas

ASUVICTAS Branch Secretary Lisa Darmanin addressing ALP State Conference in defence of the jobs of VicRoads Licencing and Registration staff remaining in the public sector.
My dad worked at "Motor Reg." in the 1960s.
Today's VicRoads workers and their families deserve the same employment and working conditions, and the ability to provide for their families that my family enjoyed when I was a child.
I'm proud to be the President of the ASU VICTAS Branch, which is standing up for those workers and their rights. ASUVicTas.
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2 days ago

ASUVicTas

Branch Secretary Lisa Darmanin speaking out at the ALP State Conference against the privatisation of VicRoads. Our motion opposing the privatisation of VicRoads passed without any opposition. Something the Andrews Government should think about. ... See MoreSee Less

Branch Secretary Lisa Darmanin speaking out at the ALP State Conference against the privatisation of VicRoads. Our motion opposing the privatisation of VicRoads passed without any opposition. Something the Andrews Government should think about.

 

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The contempt with which Labor "leaders" treat the rank and file is breathtaking.

It's ace that you're pushing back but I think it's pretty clear that the Andrews government don't give a toss about what unions think...