Heather Stokes is well respected South Australian barrister and solicitor who is known for her work representing the women in Adelaide Women's Prison. Her legal career spans more than 30 years. She lends a strong voice to rights of women in the criminal justice system. She is also a passionate mentor of final year and graduate law students.
Linda Fisk (Since 2011)
Linda is a founding member of Seeds of Affinity and coordinates the bi-weekly sessions of the Seeds of Affinity group. She is studying Psychology at the University of South Australia and has recently attained a Diploma in Community Services through TAFE. Linda has led Seeds of Affinity women into tertiary study and the production of their own radio program in collaboration with Heather Anderson and Charlotte Bedford 'What I know now'.
Linda was the inaugural Chair of Seeds of Affinity. In 2016, Linda became a finalist in the Australian of The Year Local Hero category.
Anna Kemp (Since 2011)
Anna is a founding member of Seeds of Affinity and has worked with criminalised women for the last 38 years. Anna is a qualified social worker and works at the Department of Corrections as a Community Corrections Officer. Anna's work in establishing Seeds of Affinity has been widely recognised. In 2012 she was placed on on the South Australian Womens' Honour Roll and in 2013 recognised as one of South Australia's Local Heroes in the Australia Day Awards.