Local Government Finance Professionals (FinPro) is the peak body servicing Local Government Finance Professionals in Victoria.
An Incorporated Association, FinPro has over 450 members representing all Victorian Local Government Councils, 5 regional library corporations and over twenty other organisations. It is affiliated with CPA Australia and has representation on the Public Sector Committee of CPA Australia.
The Executive have determined the following FinPro Vision Mission and Values 2018
Executives of FinPro for 2018/19
Local Government Finance Professionals (FinPro) is managed to an elected Executive of up to 15 members plus the President. The Executive were elected at the FinPro AGM on Friday 30 November 2018 and hold the position for a period of 12 months. Their role is to oversee the running of FinPro, setting direction, policy and ensuring the Charter of FinPro is achieved.
The Executive of FinPro for 2018/19 are:
Danny Wain – Monash City Council email@example.com
Bradley Thomas – Mount Alexander Shire firstname.lastname@example.org
Amy Montalti – Whittlesea City Council email@example.com
Kim Jaensch – Frankston City Council firstname.lastname@example.org
Charles Nganga – Casey City Council email@example.com
John Brockway – Surf Coast Shire Council firstname.lastname@example.org
Belinda Johnson – Southern Grampians Shire BJohnson@sthgrampians.vic.gov.au
Marc Giglio – Banyule City Council Marc.email@example.com
Tony Rocca – Maroondah City Council firstname.lastname@example.org
Binda Gokhale – Wyndham City Council email@example.com
Sandeep Bordia – Melbourne City Council
Helen De La Plaza – Cardinia Shire Council
Isabelle Cancino – Bayside City Council
Kristy Stephens – Bass Coast Shire
Mark Montague – Yarra City Council
Elections for roles of President, Vice-President and Committee members will be held at the first meeting of the Executive on Friday 14 December 2018.
The administration of FinPro is managed by the organisations Executive Officer – Gabrielle Gordon from the offices of FinPro which are located in Mornington, Victoria.