Councillor Nathan Hagarty GAICD - Chair of the Board
Funny, musical and diplomatic
Nathan is a certified Project Management Professional with a Bachelor of International Studies from Western Sydney University. He has broad experience across the financial services, tertiary education and public sectors in operations, product management and information technology roles. Previously, Nathan has worked with Colonial First State, Link Group, Western Sydney University and the NSW Department of Justice.
At present, Nathan is employed as Chief of Staff to Anne Stanley, the federal member for Werriwa, and is a Councillor at Liverpool City Council. Before joining the board of Western Sydney Migrant Resource Centre, he was an ex-officio member, alongside his other community work including his role as an Ethics Coordinator for Primary Ethics and is an active volunteer at his children’s school where he is as a member of the P&C.
“I have long been and will continue to be a strong advocate for the contribution of migrants and multiculturalism to making Western Sydney and, by extension, Australia the rich, diverse, and vibrant and community it is. As a life time resident of Western Sydney and Councillor at Liverpool City Council, I have witnessed the struggles and successes that newly arrived members of our community experience. Supporting the mission of WSMRC allows me to proactively and directly assist and advocate for immigrants and refugees.”
Described by those who know him as funny, musical and diplomatic, Nathan’s hobbies include music and reading.