Lisa Darmanin

Branch Secretary

M: 0407 308 503
E: ldarmanin@asuvictas.com.au

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.

Lisa became Branch Secretary of the Australian Services Union, Victorian and Tasmanian Authorities and Services Branch in June 2018. Prior to this, she was the first female Branch Executive President elected in 2014.

She was first elected as ASU Assistant Branch Secretary in 2007, with responsibility for Organising and Campaigning and co-ordination of the Social and Community Services Division. Lisa had worked as an ASU organiser since 2000.

Lisa was inducted into the Victorian Honour Roll for Women in 2016 in recognition for significant contribution to the Victorian Community, specifically in achieving gender equity for women.  She was the inaugural winner of the Zelda D’Aprano Activist Award by Victorian Trades Hall Council in 2015 as most outstanding female activist for her work in the Community Services Equal Pay case and leadership in delivering world first family violence workplace entitlements.

Lisa has spent time on secondment at various roles including in the Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet, working on Victorian Government initiatives in gender equality and family violence prevention, and Victorian Trades Hall Council, where she coordinated the Your Rights at Work campaign in Victoria in 2006.

Lisa was appointed to the Vision Super Board in March 2018 as a member representative having been nominated by the union.  Prior to this role, Lisa has previously been a trustee director of HESTA from 2013 to 2017.

She has a Bachelor of Business, a Diploma of Community Development.

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7 hours ago

ASUVicTas

Awesome to see ASUVicTas members talking to voters about why we need to #ChangTheRules.
It's so easy to get involved. Click on this link and you're half way to being out making a difference in your community www.asuvictas.com.au/campaigns/change-the-rules-2/Who are you gonna call when you got some broken rules to change? These legends!

In the last 12 hours activists have:

- talked to voters in Heathmont, Mitcham, Box Hill, Rosebud, Geelong and Belgrave;
- called undecided voters at one of Trades Hall's famous phonebanks AND;
- turned out to an activist meeting to plan EVEN MORE events.

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Awesome to see ASUVicTas members talking to voters about why we need to #ChangTheRules. 
Its so easy to get involved. Click on this link and youre half way to being out making a difference in your community https://www.asuvictas.com.au/campaigns/change-the-rules-2/

3 days ago

ASUVicTas

Standing room only tonight as mighty ASU Tas members join with their comrades from across the northern Tas at the Launceston Change the Rules election launch. Special shout out the George Town Council Delegate Andrew Bayes up the front, geeing up the crowd. Together we will #ChangetheRules ... See MoreSee Less

Standing room only tonight as mighty ASU Tas members join with their comrades from across the northern Tas at the Launceston Change the Rules election launch. Special shout out the George Town Council Delegate Andrew Bayes up the front, geeing up the crowd. Together we will #ChangetheRules

6 days ago

ASUVicTas

Rate capping makes it hard for local government workers to get fair pay increases and threatens the services Victorians rely on every day. ASU members at Darebin City Council and Gannawarra Shire are just some of the local government workers calling on the Victorian Government to change the rules on rate capping. You can sign up to our campaign to change the rules on rate capping here: tinyurl.com/y37rorbe ... See MoreSee Less

Rate capping makes it hard for local government workers to get fair pay increases and threatens the services Victorians rely on every day. ASU members at Darebin City Council and Gannawarra Shire are just some of the local government workers calling on the Victorian Government to change the rules on rate capping. You can sign up to our campaign to change the rules on rate capping here: https://tinyurl.com/y37rorbe

 

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