Amanda Stevens

A corporate governance lawyer with over 20 years’ experience, Amanda Stevens has held several executive leadership roles in federal, state and local government, including 10 years at ASIC, the Victorian Building Authority, and most recently Amanda spent two years as an Executive Director in the Victorian Department of Health’s COVID Response where she led the team responsible for Victoria’s COVID Directions. 

Amanda was elected as a Councillor for the City of Port Phillip and served three consecutive one-year terms as Mayor of Port Phillip between 2012 and 2015. She is a highly experienced board member serving on numerous boards including chairing the South Melbourne Market from 2012 to 2016, member Audit and Risk Committee City of Port Phillip, member Gasworks Arts Park Board and many other community and not-for-profit boards.

Currently, Amanda is Chair of South Melbourne Market recommencing again in 2023, Co-Chair of Melbourne Forum, Independent Chair of the Employment and Remuneration Committee at Horsham Rural City Council and a board member at Maddie Riewoldt’s Vision. 

Amanda is passionate about good governance and leadership, challenging herself to continue to learn and grow. She is a staunch St Kilda AFL and ALFW supporter.

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