Anti-Discrimination Board education team

Kerrie Stephens

(Senior Educator, Sydney)

Kerrie has many years’ experience in the private sector in senior management and HR management in small, medium and large organisations. She has delivered accredited training in business administration, management, retail services and project management.

Kerrie has held government contracts ranging from industrial relations to community projects. She has managed a variety of behavioural change programs in the community sector.

Kerrie has a Master of Business Administration, a Bachelor of Arts degree, a Diploma in Government, Certificate IVs in Training and Assessing, Marketing and WH&S and a Certificate in Leading and Managing Community Organisations.

Rhonda Stewart-Crisanti

(Senior Educator, Sydney)

Rhonda specialises in designing custom-made training programs for a wide variety of industry sectors, including community, finance, manufacturing, service and government. She has facilitated training programs across all organisational levels from CEOs and managers to new employees.

Rhonda has a Bachelor of Economics degree, a Postgraduate Diploma in Industrial Relations and a Certificate IV in Workplace Assessment and Training. She has extensive knowledge of industrial relations issues and has worked in both federal and state jurisdictions in NSW, Queensland and Victoria. 

Rhonda also develops organisational policies and procedures and writes articles for the Board’s e-newsletter Equal Time.

"Rhonda attended at our office for an on-site half day training program which was not only very informative, it gave our managers the necessary tools to be able to both deal with and prevent bullying and sexual harassment in our workplace.  I would highly recommend Rhonda as an experienced facilitator and qualified trainer."

Sue Lock, Human Resources Manager, Creata (Aust) Pty Limited

Margaret White

(Senior Educator, Sydney)

Margaret is a social justice lawyer with more than 25 years’ experience in legal practice, management, education, research and writing. She has provided a broad range of consulting and training services to public and private organisations for the Board. 

Margaret specialises in law for non-lawyers, and has designed and implemented training and educational programs for various occupational groups, school children and the general public. She has also written a range of books and publications, including Putting it in Writing and Let’s Be Reasonable. 

She holds Bachelor of Jurisprudence and Master of Laws degrees, and a Certificate IV in Workplace Assessment and Training.