The SHIFT Project | June Crowley / Committee Member
Founded in Byron Bay, The SHIFT Project Byron is a short-term, live-in, educational transition program for women who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
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June Crowley / Committee Member

June Crowley

June joined the SHIFT Board in October 2015 and currently holds the position of committee member.


In her professional career, June has worked as a technology manager, program manager and business leader in both the UK and Australia. These roles have covered NGOs, large government departments and ASX top100 corporations.


Since 2011, June has worked as an independent consultant, focusing on quality assurance of large programs or work for large public and private sector clients.


Prior to her voluntary role as a SHIFT Board member June was a member of the Board for the Child Abuse Prevention Service and a trained Ethics Counsellor. She currently also volunteers as the Regional Manager for Primary Ethics for the Far North Coast.


June has a BSc in environmental science and a Master’s in Economics from the University of London.

June’s vision for SHIFT is that the program not only makes a very real difference to local disadvantaged women, but that it also becomes a template for many more support programs for women and men right around the country.


“I feel privileged to be to able work with professionals such as Anne, Julie and the other members of the SHIFT Board, to help the Byron community become more supportive of those in need of help,” she said.