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Sebastian, Andi (1952 - )

Born
1952
South Australia, Australia

Summary

Andi Sebastian has a diverse work background including having established the Women's Information Service, been General Manager of the AIDS Council of South Australia, Manager of the Disability Complaints Service and Equity and Diversity Consultant at the University of Adelaide.

She now runs an independent business specialising in the management of diverse workgroups and interpersonal complaints in the workplace. She has two degrees from Flinders University, a Masters degree in Primary Health Care and a Bachelor of Arts (Hons).

She can be contacted via her business email address: andi.sebastian@d-q.biz

Sources used to compile this entry: http://www.catalog.slsa.sa.gov.au:1083/search/aSebastian%2C+Andi%2C+1952-/asebastian+andi+1952/-5,-1,0,B/frameset&FF=asebastian+andi+1952&1,1, accessed 2004-02-02.

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Archival resources

State Library of South Australia, Mortlock Library of South Australiana

  • Interview with Andi Sebastian [sound recording] Interviewer: Barbara Baird, OH 250/25; Sebastian, Andi (1952 - ); State Library of South Australia, Mortlock Library of South Australiana. Details

Robin Secomb

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