Vicky Hurcum (she/her)

Executive Assistant and Network Support Officer

Working on Kaurna Land

As Executive Assistant and Network Support Officer, Vicky plays a pivotal role in keeping TACSI running smoothly. She joins us from the University of Adelaide, where she worked for five years across the Business and Law Schools, as well as Executive Education, where she was responsible for maintaining student records and managing the assignments process. 

With over 20 years’ experience in administration, office management and customer service roles, Vicky’s superpower is her reliability and responsiveness. Endlessly curious, she’s also skilled at picking up new ideas and processes quickly.

For Vicky, working at TACSI means being part of an organisation where everyone is valued and listened to, and whose work positively impacts the lives of so many people in our society. 

When she’s not in the office, Vicky loves taking her dogs Rory and George for walks to the beach, and reading a good crime novel.

Vicky's Message Stick

*A message stick is a public form of graphic communication first used by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Peoples. The objects were carried by messengers over long distances and were used to support a verbal message.

Vicky's Message Stick

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