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Bec Abley announced as new Community Manager

Posted on 08/06/2022

Crime Stoppers SA is pleased to announce Bec Abley in the role of Community Manager.

As our team continues to expand in response to increased activity and workload, Bec will focus on planning and coordinating our involvement at metropolitan and regional community events, festivals and other activations.

Working with the broader Crime Stoppers team, Bec will also deliver education and awareness training sessions with local government, community groups and corporate/education institutes and implement a range of multicultural community engagement programs and campaigns across South Australia.

Bec has extensive experience with diverse communities, having spent nearly 7 years as CEO for Conway’s Kids Trust Fund where she worked to support indigenous youth and local community initiatives. She also spent three and a half years as Marketing Manager for Kings Creek Station in the Northern Territory, has marketing experience in the retail sector, and has worked in the banking industry.




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