Meet the City of Stirling's executive team and learn about their areas of responsibility.
Stuart possesses significant international local government experience spanning over 35 years and has been the Chief Executive Officer at the City of Stirling since 2007. Stuart is responsible for implementing the bold strategic vision of the City, and manages the governance, strategy and records management aspects of the organisation.
Ingrid has held senior management roles across the public sector for over 15 years and was appointed as the City’s Director Corporate Services in 2017. Ingrid is responsible for the human resources, information technology and finance functions of the organisation.
Michael has over 15 years experience in local government with proven performance in the areas of stakeholder engagement, strategic planning, facility management, and community health and well-being.Michael is responsible for the community services, leisure, marketing, events, place activation, ranger and security services and customer service functions of the organisation.
This position is currently undergoing recruitment.
Stevan has over 22 years experience in local government and is highly experienced in managing development services and engaging with the community and industry groups. Stevan is responsible for the development services functions of the organisation including urban planning, building, health and economic development.
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City of Stirling kaadatj Nyoongar moort Nyoongar boodja-k Wadjak boodja-k. Ngalak kaadatj Nyoongar nedingar wer birdiya koora koora wer yeyi. Baalabang koondarm, malayin wer nakolak baalap yang ngalany-al. Ngalak dandjoo barn wer kaaratj bandang boodja-k.
The City of Stirling acknowledges the traditional custodians of this land, the Wadjak people of the Nyoongar Nation, and pays respect to the Elders both past and present for they hold the memories, the traditions, the culture and hopes of Aboriginal Australia.