Catherine Greiner Wikipedia, Net Worth, Age, Wiki, Bio, Height
Catherine Greiner Wikipedia, Net Worth, Age, Wiki, Bio, Height – Social activist Kathryn Greiner was awarded the Centenary Medal in 2001 and was made an Officer of the Order of Australia in 2002. She was formerly an alderman for the City of Sydney and is a prominent Australian politician. Greiner was just chosen to serve as the Retirement Village’s first ambassador.
Catherine Greiner Bio
|Age||77 years old|
|Date Of Birth||1946|
|Zodiac Sign||Not Known|
Catherine Greiner Physical Stats
|Height||5 feet 4 inch|
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Catherine Greiner Educational Qualifications
|College or University||UNSW Sydney|
|Educational Degree||Not Known|
Catherine Greiner Family
|Mother||Mollie Nee Brewer|
|Brother / Sister||Not Known|
Catherine Greiner’s Marital Status
|Spouse Name||Nick Greiner|
|Married Date||Not Known|
Catherine Greiner Collection & Net Worth
|Net Worth in Dollars||10 Million|
Catherine Greiner’s Social Media Accounts
Catherine Greiner News
Following concerns raised by the recently appointed NSW Seniors Minister Mark Coure (pictured right) that the Council was “stacked” with Liberal Party allies under its previous head, the State Government’s Ministerial Advisory Council on Ageing (MACA), which provides advice on retirement living and aged care, is reportedly being reviewed.
The Australian revealed last week that before NSW Premier Dominic Perottet (shown left) reshuffled his Cabinet in December 2021, Natalie Ward, who held the job for seven months, replaced a number of Council members with Liberal loyalists.
MACA was established to advise the State Government on the needs of older people in NSW. Its head is Kathryn Greiner, a former Retirement Village Ambassador and former chair of the NSW’s Inquiry into the NSW Retirement Village Sector. The programme hasn’t started back up since Ms Greiner’s tenure as Ambassador expired at the end of 2020.
Sally Betts, a Liberal councillor from Waverley, Barbara Ward, the deputy mayor of Ku-ring-gai, and Tony Virtue, a financial advisor and head of the Liberal Party’s Manly Business Branch, are among the supposedly dubious Liberal appointments. None of these individuals is listed on MACA’s membership website.
According to the publication, Mr. Coure is considering enlarging the board in order to re-appoint some of the selections that he was “livid” about after the Cabinet approved them. Ms. Ward, however, has refuted claims that the new members lacked the necessary expertise and asserted that current Council members had at least two prior terms.