News from May 2016
Ania Hampton, M.AIRAH, has been named the first female President in the storied 95-year history of the Australian Institute of Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating (AIRAH).
Hampton was unanimously elected president by her fellow directors at the recent AIRAH board meeting. She takes over from Nathan Groenhout, F.AIRAH, who served three years in the national leadership role.
Tony Stuart, the former group CEO of National Roads and Motorists Association and former CEO Sydney Airports Corporation, has been appointed as the new Chair of the Advisory Board of the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC). The tenure of the inaugural ACNC Advisory Board comes to an end on 14 May 2016.
Mr Stuart is a current member of the Prime Minister’s Community Business Partnership…
The Chairman of World Vision Australia, George Savvides, announced on 9 May 2016 that the aid agency’s long-serving chief executive Tim Costello will take up a new executive role as Chief Advocate for World Vision Australia later this year.
Mr Savvides said that in Mr Costello’s 13 years heading the organisation Tim had made a unique and powerful contribution to World Vision, as well as to the lives of many…
The Rural Doctors Association of Australia (RDAA) has announced the appointment of Ms Peta Rutherford as its new CEO.
Peta has over 20 years' experience in the health sector, with extensive experience in health service management, planning, funding applications and the implementation of key health service and health workforce initiatives.
Her career has also included…
The Conference and Events division at Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine (ASHM) has won the national award for Best In-house Meeting Management for the third year in a row. The team also took home the awards for In-house Corporate Social Responsibility and In-house Education. The awards were…
Leading Age Services Australia (LASA) is pleased to announce its next major step forward to national integration with the recruitment of Mr Sean Rooney as the inaugural Chief Executive Officer of the unified body.
Mr Rooney is expected to take office in June and will be based in Canberra, following the planned amendments to the LASA constitution to achieve the nationally integrated LASA organisation, replacing the separate federated state and national bodies.