Samantha Page is the CEO of Early Childhood Australia (ECA), a not-for-profit organisation that works with government, early childhood professionals, parents and various lobby groups to advocate for quality, social justice and equity in all issues related to the education and care of young children. She also serves on the Board of Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Australia (PANDA).
Samantha holds a master’s degree in management and a bachelor’s degree in psychology. She has worked in the non-government sector for 20 years across varied roles encompassing executive management, management consulting, social policy analysis, advocacy and the delivery of human services. She brings extensive experience in the development and implementation of sector-development projects funded by federal and state government agencies. She has overseen workforce development and scholarship programs, training initiatives as well as consultation and evaluation projects that involved working effectively across government and non-government partners to support effective service delivery.
Prior to joining ECA, Samantha was the Executive Director of Family and Relationship Services Australia, building on previous roles with the federal government, ACT government, ACT Legislative Assembly, ACT Council of Social Service, major disability support services and two management consultancy firms.
- CEO, Early Childhood Australia (ECA)