Port Macquarie Campus Staff Profiles

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Sue Carroll
Phase 1 Coordinator

T (02) 5524 1567
E s.carroll@unsw.edu.au

Sue Carroll was born and brought up in Zimbabwe and came to Australia with her husband and young family in 1998. She has a BSc majoring in Chemistry and Biochemistry from the University of Natal, South Africa, and a post graduate teaching diploma.

Her career has been varied: 5 years as a high school science teacher, 7 years working in the chemical industry, and 13 years in the IT Education industry.

With a passion for education and its delivery, Sue is really enjoying her role as Timetable Coordinator at the Port Macquarie campus and enjoys contributing to the smooth and structured delivery of the local medical curriculum.

Sue’s interests include tennis, exercise, reading and gardening.

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Cheryl Douglas
Administrative Assistant

T (02) 5524 1500
E c.douglas@unsw.edu.au

Cheryl was born in Melbourne and raised in country Victoria.  Cheryl came to the University with a varied background, working for IBM, NEC, Bond University, Trident Foods & Gold Coast TAFE.  She commenced with the University 8 years ago and has been there to see the new campus being built and the extensions to the building.  Cheryl’s position is certainly varied, from OH&S, supporting tutors, taking and assisting external bookings, function co-ordinator, organising social functions such as the barefoot bowls, trivia night, local Iron Man Fun Run & the local race day for students and tutors.  She is the first point of call when you arrive at the Port Macquarie campus dealing with builders, maintenance, tutors, lecturers and students.  Her passion is dressage, she enjoys catching up with friends & family, walks on the beach and sitting on her veranda with a good book.

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Julianne Weatherley
Campus Manager

T (02) 6580 7519
E j.weatherley@unsw.edu.au

She moved from London to Port Macquarie and joined the team at UNSW in April 2006. 

She works 3 days a week and is employed as Campus Manager.

In London she was employed as a Desktop Publisher and The Rural Clinical School has been able to utilise these skills. Julianne produces the Campus Newsletters and all other publications at the Port Macquarie Campus including - “Food for Everyone: Food for Thought” – a cookbook of international recipes in aid of the Port Macquarie soup kitchens. 

Julianne interests include running, reading and art.