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Mark Spencer, Director of Public Policy, Christian Schools Australia

21 February 2024

Media Contact – Christian Schools Australia

 

Christian Schools Australia (CSA) is the largest association of Christian schools in the country and has member schools educating over 86,000 students and employing more than 13,500 staff at more than 200 locations across Australia. CSA member schools provide high quality education within an authentic Christian learning community.

 

Introducing – Mark Spencer, Director of Public Policy

 

With over thirty years professional experience serving Christian schools, Mark Spencer was appointed in a national policy role in 2010. Mark is responsible for advocacy on behalf of Christian schools in a wide range of educational policy as well as areas relating to religious freedom and equal opportunity and discrimination law across Australia. In addition to his advocacy role Mark, provides advice to schools in all non-educational areas.  He has spoken to Christian school conferences and events across Australia and internationally.

 

Mark has qualification in accounting, governance and law, and in 2014 completed an executive education program at the Said Business School of the University of Oxford.

 

His extensive governance experience includes serving on Christian school boards in a number of positions as well as church boards.  He has also been involved in politics in a variety of roles.

 

Mark is available to speak to the media on behalf of Christian Schools Australia across a broad range of areas including current political and educational issues affecting those schools.

ENDS


About us:

About Christian Schools Australia

Christian Schools Australia (CSA) is the largest association of Christian schools in the country and has member schools educating over 86,000 students and employing over 13,500 staff at more than 200 locations across Australia. CSA member schools provide high quality education within an authentic Christian learning community.


Contact details:

For all media enquiries:

Mark Spencer, Director of Public Policy

mspencer@csa.edu.au | 0419 419 224

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