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JANE DIPLOCK

Jane is the National Director Infrastructure and Strategic Planning and NSW Regional Commissioner for the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, having been appointed in January 1999. Prior to this she was a consultant to the Commission.

She was formerly the Director-General, Department of Training and Education Co-ordination and the Managing Director of the NSW TAFE Commission. Between 1988 and 1993, she was a senior executive with Westpac.

Jane's qualifications include an Honours degree in Arts, a Law degree and a Diploma in Education from Sydney University, and a Diploma in International Law, International Economics and International Relations from the Australian National University. In 1986 Jane was a Research Fellow at the London School of Economics on a British Council Chevening Scholarship. She was awarded a Fellowship of the Institute of Public Administration in recognition of her contribution to public administration in Australia.

She is currently Chair of the Council of The Womens College at the University of Sydney, President of the Board of Directors of the YWCA of Sydney, a member of the Securities Institute Open Entry Academic Advisory Committee and is a member of Chief Executive Women Inc. She is also a member of the Board of the Australian String Quartet.

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