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Moruya's Timothy Dotter joins Regional Youth Taskforce 2022

The third Regional Youth Taskforce have announced their appointments for 2022. During 2022 the Taskforce will have four meetings with Minister Franklin in various locations around NSW, either online or in person.

Members will have their transport, food and accommodation costs covered. Meetings will be scheduled to take place on weekends or in school holidays. The Office for Regional Youth sits within the Department of Regional NSW and provides a coordinated and strategic approach to respond to regional youth issues.

The Office for Regional Youth advises that its role is to "ensure a meaningful approach and direction, by listening to advice and insights of regional young people, parents, employers and youth workers. The Regional Youth Taskforce provides an essential connection to young people in regional NSW." The 2022 Regional Youth Taskforce members are:

  • Willow Robinson and Tyson Purchase for the Central Coast Region

  • Brooke Williams and Gianrico Wynn for the Central West and Orana Region

  • Campbell Quintrell and Abbie Kelly for the Far West Region

  • Nicholas Bailey and Coco Rose for the Hunter Region

  • Georgie Moustoukis and Benjamin Healey for the Illawarra Shoalhaven Region

  • Rohan Cowley and Caitlin Blanch for the New England and North West Region

  • Mikal Tesfamariam and Luke Austin for the North Coast Region

  • Kane Stewart and Chelsea Burgess Hannon for the Riverina Murray Region

  • Molly Brabham (Numerella) and Timothy Dotter (Moruya) for the South East Region Timothy will step into the shoes of the 2019-2020 South East Region's, Allie Roberson, also from Moruya You can read of the accomplishments of the 2019-2020 Taskforce HERE

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