Ramsina Lee has been working in the people side of businesses for over twenty years. She maintains that people are not 'resources'. People are human beings whose life, safety and welfare are sacred and matter and which have to be revered.
She attained her Bachelor of Arts Degree with a double major in Industrial Relations and Sociology at the University of New South Wales before commencing her career which includes serving on boards, tripartite councils, committees as well as executive leadership teams across the private and public sectors and not-for-profit. She has contributed enormously to many organisations with her wealth of knowledge in all aspects of employee relations including leading the strategies for industrial relations, employee engagement, work health & safety and the broad range of people related services.
Ramsina believes that the measure to which society can progress, grow and prosper is the measure by which it respects the fundamental human rights of people to perform work that is safe in safe workplaces and their right to belong and associate. Ramsina believes that many people suffer needlessly and allow themselves to be exploited and hurt because of the lack of respect for life generally and because people do not believe that their life matters. Ramsina started the My Life Matters Movement to reverse this. Go to www.mylifemattersmovement.com for information about how to change the world by believing that your life matters.