Cr Helene Cameron, Mayor
Cr Helene Cameron was elected to Council in October 2012 for her second term as a Councillor.
She was elected Mayor for a one-year term at the Statutory Meeting of Council on 14 November 2012 and re-elected as Mayor in 2013 and 2014.
In her acceptance speech Cr Cameron said the skills and knowledge that she has gained as a councillor will position her well in her new leadership role.
"I welcome the opportunity to unite experienced Council members with new Councillors," she said.
"We bring a diverse range of skills, passion and wisdom together and dedicate ourselves to serve all members of the Borough."
Cr Cameron has lived in the Borough for 17 years. She has been chair of the board of St Aloysius Primary School, attended by her children, is president of the Queenscliffe Historical Museum and is a director of the Queenscliff Point Lonsdale Community Enterprise. She has played an integral role in a number of community initiatives such as the 3225 Community Ball and the 3225 Community Calendar.
In her speech on accepting the position of Mayor, Cr Cameron touched on her pride in being part of this passionate community.
The Mayor regularly writes a column in the local newspapers The Echo and the Queenscliffe Herald. This column is a great read, with snippets of local achievements in the Borough, updates on local issues and advice on upcoming activities.
Refer to the Current councillors page of this website for further information on Cr Cameron.