Meet our team
|Dr. Daryl Greaves||Dr. Jacqueline Harvey|
|Frances Coffey||Marisa Rossignolo|
|Janice Beddome||Dr. Sophie Weiskop|
|Jennifer Finemore||Ann Magiris|
|Dr. John Ryan||Jo Spataro|
|Dr. Michael McKay||Adina Kotler|
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Professor Keith Houghton
Prior to his retirement Keith Houghton was Professor of Business Administration at the Australian National University. He is now an Emeritus Professor of the University.
Professor Houghton holds degrees from the University of Western Australia, the University of Melbourne and the London School of Economics and Political Science. He is a Fellow of CPA Australia and the Institute of Accountants in Australia.
For eight years Professor Houghton served as Dean of the University’s College of Business and Economics and its antecedent bodies. He was also Director of the National Graduate School of Management before its merger into the College in 2006. During periods of the ten-year service at the ANU, he served as the Chair of the University Academic Board and the Audit and Risk Management Committee. He has been a member of the University Council. He was also Chair of the University’s Access and Equity Committee.
Michelle has extensive academic qualifications in the field of learning difficulties. She has been able to apply this specialist knowledge in her practical experience as a teacher for over two decades.
Michelle is both an experienced classroom and special education teacher, with a specialisation in the learning difficulty Dyslexia. She spent many years researching and
lecturing at The University of Melbourne training undergraduate teachers, special education teachers at Masters level and education psychologists.
Michelle has been involved with SPELD Victoria across many decades and currently runs their teacher training course in Dyslexia with Dr. Daryl Greaves. She works with TAFE Teachers, Primary and Secondary Teachers, Psychologists, Speech Pathologists, and parents. Michelle currently presents professional development across State, Catholic and Independent schools, mainly in Victoria.
The Department of Education and Early Childhood Development offers learning and development support, services and resources for all Victorians, from birth through to adulthood. SPELD Victoria currently has an annual funding agreement with the DEECD.
SPELD Vic is a member of AUSPELD the Australian Federation of SPELD Associations