The Committee of Management (COM) known as Tasmanian Youth Broadcasters Inc. are the governing body of Edge Radio 99.3FM. The COM is an incorporated association as outlined by the Tasmanian Government and falls under the Associations Incorporation Act 1964

The Committee of Management of Tasmanian Youth Broadcasters Inc. provides governance and oversight to Edge Radio 99.3FM:

  • Ensuring the station’s finances are sound and that no mismanagement has occurred;
  • Ensuring the station is run legally and responsibly;
  • Overseeing the long-term development of the station;
  • Representing the station to the rest of the community;
  • Employing staff and overseeing their employment conditions and performance.

The COM is always available to hear feedback from members. For more detail regarding the Committee and its operations, read the documents below. 


The next Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held in the first quarter of 2022. (What is this, the FUTURE?!)
Why should you attend an AGM? As a financial member of the station, this is your opportunity to get involved and have a say in how the station operates and elect the Committee that serves you. 

DOCUMENTS

*The Constitution will be formally updated by the 2021 COM.

THE 2021 COMMITTEE OF MANAGEMENT

​President: Jenni Klaus, University of Tasmania (2017-)
Vice President: Majella Eales, Salvation Army Bridge Program (2017 -)
Public Officer: Louise Grimmer, University of Tasmania and Edge Radio 
Treasurer: Jingjing (Tracey) Liu, Edge Radio (Accounting) 
Secretary: Clint Bertenshaw, Edge Radio
General members: 
Brooke Allen, Edge Radio 
Joshua Somers, Hydro Tas
Karen Edwards, University of Tasmania
Kevin Glidden, Edge Radio
Lachlan Jackson, Edge Radio
Olivia Holloway, Edge Radio and University of Tasmania (Menzies)
Taylor Lidstone, Edge Radio
Veney Hiller, Volunteering Tasmania
Wendy Calabria, Edge Radio
Yongbei Tang, Edge Radio

If you have any feedback regarding the Committee and the management of Edge Radio 99.3FM, or would like to get involved, please contact the COM at com@edgeradio.org.au.

Vale Hugh Burridge 
​With great sadness we said goodbye to our Committee member, dedicated Edge volunteer and friend, Hugh Burridge, in July 2020. His endless joy and refusal to engage with the ‘cannots’ is how we will always remember him. Hugh’s ideas inspired us and motivated us as a Committee and as people – he just never gave up and nothing was too hard.  He was a smiling face at almost every Edge event, unless he was required to make an appearance at another event or was volunteering elsewhere. You see, Hugh was quite popular everywhere he went.  He would walk you home, make you laugh, bring snacks to meetings, cheer you up when you were down, check on you during a pandemic – his ability to give was endless. We loved Hugh, and his work and legacy at Edge will not be forgotten. 

We encourage everyone to ask yourself: “What would Hugh do?” If you’re having a day where you’re struggling to get stuff done, don’t think, just do it. That’s what Hugh would do. If you have always wanted to volunteer, do it. If you’ve always thought of supporting Hugh’s favourite charity Movember, do it. 

Learn about the Hugh Burridge Award

Hugh, third from left, at the 2019 Art Market.


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