We look forward to welcoming Penny Croser, State Courts Administrator, Courts Administration Authority (CAA), who was appointed in her role in June 2021. Ms Croser started as a graduate in the Australian Public Service in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. She worked briefly in South Australia for the Crown Solicitors Office negotiating Indigenous Land Use Agreements. We invite you to hear more about Penny’s career journey and insights in this next session as part of IPAA SA’s On the Couch Series.
During this session, Ms Croser will share with us some of the highlights of her career as well as some of the priorities for her current role and address questions you may have during the audience Q&A. Join the discussion and submit your questions here now to be answered during the interview.
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State Courts Administrator
Courts Administration Authority (CAA)
Penny Croser commenced as State Courts Administrator, Courts Administration Authority (CAA) in June 2021. Her most recent role before that was Executive Director Social Policy at the Department of Premier and Cabinet in Victoria.
Penny has more than 20 years experience in the public sector, starting as a graduate in the Australian Public Service in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. She worked briefly in South Australia for the Crown Solicitors Office negotiating Indigenous Land Use Agreements. Penny has led strategic public policy in a diverse range of sectors, predominantly justice and education. Key reforms Penny has led include child information sharing legislation, police policy and intergovernmental relations.
Penny also has operational and implementation experience, working on Fire Services Reform in the UK, the Office of Correctional Services Review and now at the CAA. One of the most defining experiences of Penny’s career was being a founding member of the Victorian Bushfire Reconstruction and Recovery Authority after the black Saturday bushfires in 2009.
Penny has a Masters in Public Policy from London School of Economics and Political Science, and a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Science from Flinders University.
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26 July 2022
9:30 am (Registration and Networking)
10:00 am to 11:00 am Event
Tea & Coffee
PwC, 11/70 Franklin Street, Adelaide SA 5000
Free for all State Government, Corporate and Personal Members of IPAA SA
$30 for non-members