Non-Executive Director / WA Country Health Service
Meredith Waters has a background in the justice system as a clerk of courts in Victoria. She moved to Esperance and commenced with the Esperance Court House in 2000. Loving a new challenge and still with the Department of Justice, Ms Waters subsequently became an adult corrections officer. She also held the role of coordinator with the adult literacy program Read Write Now. Since 2010, Ms Waters held a variety of roles in the community and volunteer sector including as service manager of BOICO, a local not-for-profit organisation supporting people with mental illness and their carers; project officer with the Esperance Volunteer Resource Centre, writing policies and procedures; and area chaplain with YouthCARE in the Kalgoorlie-Esperance region. She is a member of Esperance Local Drug Action Group, board member for 103.9HopeFM community radio and Esperance Community Arts, and chair of the South East District Health Advisory Council with WA Country Health Service. Ms Waters has a strong interest in social justice, community advocacy and creating change through providing information, training and education to people living in remote and regional Western Australia.