ABOUT US

About the Churchill Fellows Association of Tasmania

The Churchill Fellows Association Tasmania (CFAT) is an association run by an elected management committee comprising President, Secretary, Treasure and usually four to five committee members.

The committee meets monthly and encourages communication by email. We welcome committee members from all parts of Tasmania.

See below for the 2014/2015 CFAT Committee and Life Members:

2014/2015 Committee:

President – Philip Thomson
Secretary – Patricia Corby
Treasurer – Annette Roehrer

Committee Members – Louise Gilfedder,  Elizabeth Russell-Arnott, Mark Ritchie, Rebecca Jones,  Danielle Le Rossignol

Life Members:

George Brown AM, LLB – (deceased 2014)
George undertook his fellowship in 1978 to study Early Tasmanian Artists.

Elvie Munday OAM – Executive Officer Winston Churchill Trust, 1961 – 1992. Elvie assisted nearly 2500 Churchill Fellows with their travel arrangements, reports and hundreds of other aspects of their study.

Roger McNeice OAM – Life membership granted 2004
Roger undertook his fellowship in 1984 to study Coin Conservation. he has held various committee and officer positions with CFAT, including Vice President and President.

Pat Corby – Life membership granted 2009

CFAT Committee documents

Constitution

Fellowship year

Through the year CFAT hosts various activities including the AGM, the Annual Churchill dinner at which new Churchill Fellows are welcomed, visits to Churchill Fellows at their workplace and other activities.
At these functions as many Fellows as possible, are encouraged to talk about their study trips (Churchill chats).

Our Vision

To encourage and support Tasmanians to apply for Churchill Fellowships and to communicate with all Tasmanian Churchill Fellows, whether at home or abroad and to promote friendship and networking.

Our aims and objectives

  • To promote the Churchill Fellowship and the life and work of Sir Winston Churchill to all Tasmanians and provide information to potential applicants;
  • To welcome and support new Fellows;
  • To provide opportunities for fellowship and networking with other Fellows; and
  • To encourage Churchill Fellows to disseminate information about their fields of interest.

COMMITTEE MEMBERS

LESLEY RICHARDSON

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Fellowship Year 2014

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DANIELLE LE ROSSIGNOL

Fellowship Year 2011

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GLEN MURRAY

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Fellowship Year 2011

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LOUISE GILFEDDER OAM

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Fellowship Year 2006

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DR PHILIP THOMSON

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President 2014-16

Fellowship Year 1995

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ANNETTE ROEHRER

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Treasurer

Fellowship Year 1992

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ELIZABETH RICHARDSON (NOW RUSSELL-ARNOTT)

Fellowship Year 1984

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PATRICIA CORBY (NEE HARRIS)

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Fellowship Year 1978

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DR TREVOR BEARD

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Fellowship Year 1966

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LIFETIME MEMBERS

ROGER MCNEICE OAM.

1984 Fellowship

To study developments in the conservation and preservation of coins and medals - UK

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PATRICIA CORBY (NEE HARRIS)

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1978 Fellowship

To study developments in community based treatment as an alternative to residential care, with particular reference to teenage girls and their specific problems in unemployment, accommodation and promiscuity - UK

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GEORGE BROWN AM.

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1978 Fellowship

To research biographical information relating to early Tasmanian artists and their art - UK, France, Norway, Germany

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