Day At The Track

More horse power for Bankstown boss

11:56 AM 18 Oct 2019 NZDT
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Bankstown Paceway president David Rosen tests the UNSW Redback Racing Formula One,Harness racing
Bankstown Paceway president David Rosen tests the UNSW Redback Racing Formula One racing car which is proudly sponsored by Bankstown Paceway
'Sydney's Bankstown Harness Racing Club president David Rosen has been appointed to the board of directors on the national body tasked with reducing the number of people injured and killed on Australian roads,' Road Sense Australia national chairman Megan Lavender has announced.

'In joining Road Sense Australia, David brings with him over a quarter of a century of experience on boards and tribunals,' Ms Lavender told Harnesslink.

'With a professional background in higher education and the law, David holds a Master of Laws (Honours) degree from the University of Technology, Sydney, and a Master of Education degree and a Master of Educational Administration degree both from the University of New England," Ms Lavender said.

'He was admitted to practice as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of NSW in 1991, Solicitor of the High Court of Australia in 1992, and Barrister of the High Court of Australia in 1996,' she said.

'David has also served in a range of academic teaching capacities at both the Faculty of Law and Legal Practice and the Faculty of Business in the University of Technology, Sydney, and also the University of Western Sydney, and currently works with TAFE NSW.

'Over the years, he has been appointed to act as a Tribunal Member on the Government and Related Employees Appeal Tribunal, Tribunal Member on the Nurses Tribunal of the Nurses Registration Board and Member of their Professional Standards Committee, Conciliator for the Health Conciliation Registry, and Council Member on the Sydney Water Customer Council, among a variety of other roles.

'David has held the elected offices of Deputy Warden of the Convocation of the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) - chairing the Annual General Meeting and carrying the University Mace - Councillor of the UTS Council (the supreme governing body of the University) and Councillor member of the Finance, Student Affairs, Access and Equity Subcommittees, and the University Planning Board.

'He has served as a board member on the Faculty Board in Law and Legal Practice at UTS and as Vice President of the UTS Alumni Association - and, in 2000, received the UTS Alumni Achievement Award, for outstanding contribution to campus, community, humanitarian or cultural activities that are to the benefit of, or bring credit to, the University.

'A member of the Australian Army Reserve and past Non-Commissioned Officer in the University of NSW Regiment, he has also held the post of Welfare Officer at the Burwood RSL Sub Branch,' Ms Lavender added.


Megan Lavender

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