Dr Julie Zetler
Julie has lived in Beecroft for 26 years; she worked as a lawyer and law academic for over 30 years, retiring in 2019 from Macquarie University. Her main research, lecture and publishing schedule centred around Social Justice (Human Rights) Issues, Health Law/Bioethics, Employment Law, Intellectual Property Law, Marketing/Business Law and Administrative Law. After retiring Julie reinvented herself and recently completed the Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Visual Arts her specialty includes portrait painting and sculpture.
Approximately 3 years ago Julie joined the Trust Committee because she is passionate about Local, State and Federal Government Governance Integrity requirements - transparency, accountability and social justice in relation to the environment; advancing local and broader social and physical change in a sustainable way and promoting the 'rights' ('in good faith') of local community members to actively engage and 'voice' their concerns about positive and negative government development policy.
Ross Walker OAM
Ross was awarded his OAM for many years of community Service. Ross is a retired public servant involved in property management, with qualifications in surveying and town planning. Ross has lived in Beecroft for 30+ years. Apart from his continuing work with the Trust, Ross continues to actively volunteer with Bush Care, Beecroft Probus and The Garden Club. He is a member of the Sydney North Planning Panel and on the Hornsby Council Bushland Management Advisory Committee.
Bill has lived in Beecroft for almost 30 years. He has been involved in the local Neighbourhood Watch and the Beecroft Probus club. He has an MBA and is a retired oil company executive. Bill provides the Police reports for the Trust’s newsletters and liaises with the local Police Area Command on behalf of the BCCT.