Jannine Jackson has been appointed as the new national director of Frontier Services.
Jannine comes to the role with extensive experience in fundraising and marketing in the faith and non-profit sectors, both in New South Wales and nationally.
Her background includes senior leadership positions at the McGrath Foundation, the Children’s Hospital at Westmead and Mission Australia. She is a member of Toongabbie Anglican Church in Sydney’s west.
The general secretary of the Uniting Church in Australia Assembly, Colleen Geyer, said she was looking forward to working with Jannine.
“We welcome Jannine to Frontier Services and the extended Uniting Church family and thank her for choosing to share her gifts and talents with Frontier Services staff and stakeholders as they continue to make a difference in the lives of people in remote and regional Australia.”
“I look forward to her leadership in this important and iconic Uniting Church ministry,” said Colleen.
Frontier Services is a national charity of the Uniting Church in Australia which raises funds to support a network of Patrol Ministers, as well as delivering practical community support through volunteering programs such as Outback Links.
Jannine Jackson will commence her role on Tuesday 18 April.