WA’s Public Service Medal winners 2022

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The prestigious Public Service Medal has been awarded to 3 exceptional Western Australians for their hard work and dedication to their communities.
Public Service Medal winners 2022

The prestigious Public Service Medal has been awarded to 3 exceptional Western Australians for their hard work and dedication to their communities.

Employees at local, state and federal levels of government are eligible for the award that recognises those who have shown outstanding public service through innovation, leadership and achievement.

Queen’s Birthday honours recipients:

Angela Kelly, Deputy Director General, Department of Health
Angela is committed to improvement in the Western Australia public health system from financial management and systems performance to strategic planning and corporate governance. She is adept, responsive and flexible in addressing challenges.

Joanne Stampalia, Executive Director, Court and Tribunal Services, Department of Justice
Joanne has demonstrated outstanding service across her public service career, most notably in her work with the Department of Justice to inspire operational reform and modernise courts and tribunals in Western Australia.

Ray Warnes, Chief Executive, Corruption and Crime Commission
Ray has transformed the Corruption and Crime Commission's approach to corporate governance, leading significant changes to focus on enabling the Commission to achieve its strategic aims and statutory functions.

Congratulations to Angela, Joanne and Ray on their award.

Full details of the Public Service Medal and how to nominate are online.

Page reviewed 13 June 2022