Contact AMaGA Western Australia

During 2022/23 there will be an unavoidable disruption to the WA Branch and the following changes will be implemented over the coming six to twelve months.

  • WA Executive Director, Natalie Evans, is going on maternity leave as of September 2022 for a minimum of six months. We wish Natalie, Mark, Lachlan, and the new baby all the best for this exciting time.
  • The AMaGA WA Committee will be maintaining the WA office. The current Committee will work with AMaGA WA project staff, National Office and other Branches on the AMaGA National Strategy and funding applications specifically for AMaGA WA.


Who to contact for what.


Person / Position

Contact details


Invoicing and finances

General AMaGA enquiries

CHART funding

Lee Scott

National Manager

02 6230 0346


Mon – Thurs



Membership and account details

Stephanie Hamilton

National Communications & Membership Manager

02 6230 0346

Mon – Thurs


National webinars

Professional Development

Michelle Fracaro

Executive Advisor

Thurs – Friday


Collections WA

Megan Schlipalius

Collections WA Program Manager

0477 311 271

Tues, Thurs, Friday


WA General enquiries

WA Committee

0477 311 271

Tues – Friday


The WA Committee is voluntary, and all accounts and queries will be monitored.

Every attempt will be made to respond within a week.  

AMaGA WA Administration and enquiries

Strategic Partnerships

Funding and sponsorship



Christen Bell

WA President

(History House Museum, City of Armadale)


Amy Rumble

WA Secretary

(Bennett – Litigation and Commercial Law)


Surena Ho

WA Treasurer

(Osaka Gas Australia)


Rikki Clarke

Prue Griffin

Erica Persak

Alex Moir

Marani Greatorex

Jane King

Ordinary Committee members

AMaGA Western Australia lives at Goolugatup Heathcote Cultural Precinct, overlooking the Derbal Yerrigan (Swan River).

The precinct is a significant First Nations site, has a varied European history and is now home to a vibrant community including art gallery, studios and creative laboratories.