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Staff

We are so proud of our incredible staff – their impact and support are immense and life-changing to both students and the community in the Pilbara.  Thank you for coming on the journey with the PUC,  you will always be part of the team.  We wish you well on your future endeavours.

Aleesha Meuleners

Employed as :  Project Officer (Education) & Tutor

With a Masters in Educational Leadership (MEL) from Edith Cowan University and nearly ten years’ experience as a Primary School Teacher in Western Australia not only was Aleesha our first maths tutor she was also instrumental in the establishing of PUC’s Master’s of Education. 

In addition to working with the PUC Aleesha was the lead teacher in Digital Technologies, Science and STEM at Dampier Primary School.

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world – Nelson Mandela”.

This quote sums up Aleesha’s passion for education.  She is now headed to Perth to take up a Deputy Principal position and continue her journey to change the world to a better place through her medium of teaching.

Kylah Morrison

Engaged as :  Chairperson

Having worked extensively in the SME and training sectors Kylah specialises in leadership development, strategic planning, digital marketing, innovation and implementing change, coupled with her experience from the resource, retail, hospitality and professional services sectors.

Kylah was the Pilbara’s representative on the Steering Committee that lobbied the Federal Government for its support to establish the PUC.  She worked tirelessly to obtain support and was PUC’s first ‘volunteer’ executive officer which evolved into her being the PUC’s first Chairperson, her guidance and support was instrumental in the development of the PUC, from a mere idea on paper to the amazing regional universities centre that it is today.  

Amelia Greensill 

Employed as :  Administration and Student Support Officer

Amelia, a third generation Pilbara local was a critical part of the establishment of the PUC. Having grown up in the Pilbara, Amelia understood the challenges of undertaking universities studies whilst living in a remote region.  Her guidance and empathy was greatly appreciated by all students.  At the end of 2019 Amelia moved to Melbourne to continue her studies and was immediately  employed by PUC’s partner university CQUni. She is an incredible ambassador for both the Pilbara and the PUC!