|Chair||Ms Rhonda Hawkins|
|Dean and CEO||Dr Kerry Hudson|
|Directors||Associate Professor Craig Ellis — Non-executive|
|Angelo Kourtis — Non-executive|
|Ms Mara Moustafine — Non-executive (Independent)|
|Peter Graham — Non-executive (Independent)|
|Ramy Aziz — Non-executive (Independent)|
|Ms Jackie Kelly — Non-executive (Independent)|
The governing Board of Directors comprises members of the UWS executive and external representatives.
Senior Management Team
|Dr Kerry Hudson||Dean and CEO|
|Dr Greg Whateley||Deputy Dean|
|Alan Moran||Senior Project Manager|
|Leanne Yard||Director, Academic Programs|
|Julie McAlpin||Senior Manager, Marketing and Engagement|
|Susan Channells||College Registrar|
|Bernadette Or||Senior Manager, Finance and Infrastructure|
|Danielle Wilcock||Senior Manager, Organisational Development|
- Academic Pathways, including University Foundation Studies and Diploma programs for both domestic and international students, which prepares them for bachelor's degrees at UWS
- English Language Programs which enable international students to gain the academic English skills to qualify them for university entrance. This unit also provides Study Tours for international groups which combine English language tuition, industry visits and cultural immersion
- The UWS International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Centre which is the first dedicated IELTS Test Centre to open in Greater Western Sydney and allows recent migrants to obtain an internationally accredited qualification in English proficiency required for study and employment in Australia, and
- Professional and Community Programs which offer courses more vocational in nature. As a Registered Training Organisation, our Professional Programs suite includes vocational education and training (VET) courses specialising in the areas of Property and Finance.
Our business is supported by two internal support units: Organisational Development and Business Services, which deliver services across UWSCollege, including Human Resources, Marketing, Financial Planning and Control, Student Services, Information and Communications and Technology and Project Management.