TransFolk of WA Board
The TransFolk of WA Board is elected at the AGM and is responsible for ongoing strategic direction and day to day management of TransFolk of WA. The board consists of volunteers dedicated to upholding the objectives and purpose of TransFolk of WA. For all enquiries please see our contact page.
For more info, please see the TransFolk of WA Board Terms of Reference 2020
Milo Bronleigh (he/him)
Over the last five years Milo has dedicated himself to helping marginalised groups access resources that improve their lives.
Milo is a driven individual with a strong desire to succeed. He works diligently to achieve the goals that he sets out for himself, with the same level of commitment towards goals set by others.
Sam Gibbings (she/her)
Sam is currently working in the Communicable Disease Control Directorate at the WA Department of Health and possesses tertiary qualifications in Health Promotion, Asian Studies and Public Health. Sam has over a decade of experience working and volunteering in community based organisations such as the WA AIDS Council and Peer Based Harm Reduction WA.
Brooke Bennet (she/her)
Brooke is an ally and parent of a transgender child. She has been involved in a volunteer capacity as admin of TransFolk of WA’s parent Facebook group and has provided one on one peer support and education for families since 2017. She also assists Parents of Gender Diverse Children on their national Facebook page as the WA contact for Western Australian families, and runs a couple of local support networks for both parents and the transgender/gender diverse community in Geraldton, where she lives with her family.
She brings to the table more than 25 years’ experience as a Certified Practising Accountant working in various roles from Senior Management at an ASX listed company through to roles with Industry, Not for Profits, and Public Practice. She also has a wealth of experience with not for profits/charities, grant reporting, and auditing. She’s passionate about supporting families as when families are supportive and educated, everyone benefits.