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New CEO for CWA of NSW

The Country Women’s Association (CWA) of NSW is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Danica Leys as its Chief Executive Officer. Danica brings fresh enthusiasm to the NSW arm of Australia’s largest women’s organisation, as well as a raft of experience in not-for-profit, government and rural organisations. According to CWA of NSW President Tanya Cameron, the appointment heralds the beginning of a future-focused era for the CWA. “This year sees the election of new Office…

ACNC here to stay

A decision has been made to retain The Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission. Here is what the ACNC Commissioner had to say in her column on 9 March 2016: On Friday 3 March, 2016, the Minister for Social Services, Hon Christian Porter MP and the Assistant Treasurer Hon Kelly O'Dwyer MP, announced the Government’s decision to retain the ACNC. This is…

AIRAH names Tony Gleeson as its new Chief Executive Officer

Following a rigorous nationwide search, the Australian Institute of Refrigeration Air Conditioning and Heating (AIRAH) has appointed Tony Gleeson as its new CEO. Gleeson takes AIRAH’s helm on February 1. AIRAH president Nathan Groenhout, M.AIRAH, says the board is delighted to appoint an individual of the calibre of Gleeson to head the prestigious 95-year-old not-for-for-profit Institute. “I’m pleased to announce that following a very rigorous recruitment process,…

ASFA CEO to step down

The CEO of the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA), Ms Pauline Vamos, has announced today that after eight and a half years in the role she has decided that the time is right to step down. The ASFA Board will shortly commence recruitment for her replacement and have asked Pauline to stay until at least 30 June 2016, to ensure an orderly transition. “With passion, drive and energy second to none, Pauline’s enormous contribution to public policy debate during…

Perth Convention Bureau - Inspire Association Award 2016 $5000 Travel Grant

Perth Convention Bureau (PCB) is responsible for marketing Perth and Western Australia both nationally and internationally as a destination for not-for-profit organisation conferences. Conferences staged in Western Australia raise the profile of the national organisation, engage new association members, disseminate knowledge locally and attract investment and tourism. The Inspire Association Award is a $5,000 travel grant designed to assist in the professional development of Association…

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