Ms Julie Sattler OAM FRCSA (Life)
Julie has been in the recruitment industry for 32 years, 30 of which was with HOBAN Recruitment. Julie is now retired and for the last two years has been facilitating training courses on job search skills on a part-time basis as well as mentoring recruitment consultants. Julie served on the Institute of Personnel Consultants Victorian Committee for 15 years most of which as Secretary and an IPC Course Tutor. When RCSA was set up she was a member of the Victorian Council for five years where she was Chair of the Professional Development Committee for the majority of this time. She also spent two years on the RCSA National Board. Julie was elevated to Life Membership in 2002 and has been a member of the Professional Practice Council since its inception. Julie was awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) in 2008 for "service to the personnel recruitment and consulting sectors, and to the community".
Mr Kim Shearn FRCSA (Life)
Kim was elevated to MRCSA (Life) in 2000 and has been involved in recruitment since 1975. He has only recently retired. While Kim was Managing Director of HORNER Recruitment he filled numerous roles on State Committees. He was NAPC National President when the board moved to approach the IPC and form the RCSA. Kim also served as Victorian President and has a long standing interest in creating Membership value and the promotion of Professional Practice within the industry. Apart from being a long time member of both State and National Ethics Committees, he is an inaugural Member of the Professional Practice Council.
Ms Kaye Strain FRCSA (Life)
Kaye commenced her career in the Recruitment Industry in 1984 and in 1990 opened her own recruiting practice - Futures Recruitment which specialised in recruiting for the financial services sector in Sydney. Kaye has been involved with the RCSA since 1988, as a NSW Council Member, Chairing the Membership and Office Support Committees for two years, three years as the NSW State President combined with four years as National Vice President and Treasurer. Kaye was elevated to MRCSA (Life) in 2003 and retired in June 2009 after selling her business. Kaye is currently a Council Member of the Professional Practice Council and still trains and mentors recruitment consultants on an ad hoc basis.