New Editor for TGA
October 23rd, 2019
After an extensive and wide-ranging process, which saw an encouraging number of applicants and expressions of interest from within and beyond the region, I’m delighted to join with the Registrar and other members of the Editorial Committee in announcing that Ms Sally Woollett is to be the new Editor of The Gippsland Anglican.
Sally has been a freelance editor for more than 20 years since leaving a career in analytical and organic chemistry in the Latrobe Valley. She has worked extensively in educational and journal publishing and is editor of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute’s magazine, Chemistry in Australia.
She now lives in Warragul with her husband, who teaches science at St Paul’s Anglican Grammar School, which their teenage daughter attends.
Sally holds a Graduate Diploma in Editing and Publishing from RMIT University. Her clients include James Cook University for their international peer-reviewed Rural and Remote Health journal, Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety, the Australian Council for Educational Research, the Australian Government Department of Education and Training, and the Cancer Council of Victoria, among many others. You can read more about Sally’s work, and some testimonials, on her website: sallywoollett.wordpress.com When she isn’t editing, Sally enjoys singing with the West Gippsland Chorale, browsing through her collection of art books and exploring the Australian countryside with the family camper in tow. Sally is excited to be embarking on a new path in her editing journey with TGA and will work with outgoing Editor Jan Down on the November edition.