Cr Ann-Maree Greaney
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Ann-Maree Greaney is a long- term resident of Townsville who was first elected to Council in 2016.
During her first term of Council Ann-Maree was Committee Chair of Community Health and Environment and sat on the Planning & Development and Community and Cultural Development committees. She also chaired the Sister Cities Committee and was a member of the City Image Advisory Committee.
A former employee at Townsville City Council, as Special Events and Protocol Officer, Ann-Maree was a key member of the team that delivered and implemented numerous major events over an 11 year period.
Educated at Holy Spirit School and St Margaret Mary’s College, she obtained her Diploma of Education from James Cook University and successfully completed an Executive Certificate in Event Management from the University of Technology, Sydney.
Ann-Maree’s career has also seen her work for the ARC Factory that included delivering the fundraising dinner with Diana, Princess of Wales for the Victor Chang Cardiac Institute as well as Marketing Executive with the National Rugby League in Sydney.
Prior to becoming a Councillor, she took on roles with Tec-NQ where she was responsible for securing $2 million worth of federal funding for a regional training accommodation facility for apprentices and as the Fundraising and Marketing Manager for the Townsville Hospital Foundation raising much needed funding to support the redevelopment of the Children’s Ward.
Ann-Maree is also a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Ann-Maree and her husband have two teenage sons and their dog, Humphrey.