Lorna Carroll is the mother of Peter, who was born in 1964 with an intellectual disability and autism. She is also a retired Local Area Coordinator of more than 10 years.
Peter Stokes has been engaged in the trade union movement in Western Australia since the 1980s. He has a long and proud history caring for workers in this country, and now his work with APHEDA sees him protecting workers' rights in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.
It isn't every day that you will hear someone admit to being passionate about superannuation, but Leanne Reid cares deeply about the impact superannuation is having on the gender pay gap and how women - young and old - need a champion who will make super a priority in workplace bargaining.
Meet Phil Goulding, our Workload Management champion for Your Union Agreement.
Phil works in the Department of Agriculture and Food as a Research Officer, and is responsible for mapping and tracking environmental emergencies across Western Australia.
Clare Utley has been a CPSU/CSA union delegate since starting in the public service with the Office of State Revenue, more than 33 years ago. After moving to Albany 15 years ago, Clare continued her career with the Forest Products Commission as the Senior Conveyancing Officer.
It is no surprise that a career in Child Protection has made Becky Anderson passionate about the need for Family and Domestic Violence Leave, but her own story is just as important.