LEADING PROFESSIONALS IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT
MANAGERS AUSTRALIA QUEENSLAND
Board of Management
LGMA Queensland is governed by a Board of Management, which is elected by the membership.
The Board articulates its objectives and priorities through the LGMA Queensland Strategic Plan which is implemented by the staff at LGMA Queensland.
Blackall-Tambo Regional Council
Southern Downs Regional Council
Cherbourg Aboriginal Shire Council
Brett de Chastel
Noosa Shire Council
Cook Shire Council
South Burnett Regional Council
Balonne Shire Council
To view Board Minutes
The activities of LGMA Queensland are reported through the Annual Report each year which includes qualitative and financial assessment of the organisation’s performance over the past year.
A critical part of LGMA Queensland’s role in supporting members and the sector is the work the organisation does in advocating on behalf of members. LGMA Queensland works with state and federal government and other stakeholders to ensure the best possible working environment for officers in order to provide the highest, appropriate levels of service to communities. In addition to issues which arise from time to time, LGMA Queensland advocates on a series of approved policy platforms.
To view the Annual Reports, please click on the icon's below.
Our annual general meeting is held once a year and all members of the association are invited to attend. The purpose of the AGM is to give members a report on the association's activities and finances for the previous year, to allow time for members to ask questions, and to elect members for our Board of Management for the coming year. LGMA Queensland holds it's AGM during the Annual Conference each year.
The 2018 AGM will be held on 12 September 2018 at Twin Waters on the Sunshine Coast. Papers will be available via this website from
Previous AGM Papers can be found here:
LGMA Queensland acknowledges and respects the privacy of individuals. Some of the information you provide to LGMA Queensland is “personal information”, as defined in the Privacy Act 1988 (the “Act”). This information is being collected for the purpose of: processing your application for membership; processing your registration to an event; keeping you informed of upcoming events; marketing the services of LGMA Queensland to you; and enhancing and developing LGMA Queensland’s relationship with you. The provision of the information is voluntary but if this information is not provided, LGMA Queensland may be unable to provide these services to you.
A privacy statement is included on the registration form for each LGMA Queensland event, advising that, at the commencement of each event, LGMA Queensland will distribute to each registered attendee a list detailing the name of each person who registers to attend the conference or event and the council or organisation they represent (if applicable). This list, together with the email address of every registered attendee, is also made available to corporate partners so they can conduct research and market their services to you. Each registration form provides the opportunity for you to opt out of:
· having your information distributed amongst delegates and partners;
· having your information added to LGMA Queensland’s database and mailing list; and
· having your photographic image used to further promote and advertise events offered by LGMA Queensland.