News from January 2019
Fitness Australia has announced the appointment of new CEO Barrie Elvish whose key goal will be to continue to drive the development of the Association, as we evolve to meet the needs of our members, the industry and its consumers.
Chairperson of Fitness Australia, Jayne Blake welcomes the new CEO to the team. “Barrie offers some great expertise and a relevant new perspective in an area that he knows well from his experience with similar not-for-profit organisations.”
The Australian Logistics Council (ALC) has announced that Mr. Kirk Coningham OAM has been appointed as the organisation’s new permanent Chief Executive Officer, and commences his responsibilities at the ALC Secretariat in Canberra today.
“The ALC Board is delighted that Kirk has taken up this key leadership role, and is looking forward to working closely with him as we continue to grow ALC’s profile, membership and advocacy activities,” said ALC Chair Philip Davies.
The Australian Institute of Architects has today announced the appointment of Julia Cambage to the position of Chief Executive Officer for the architecture profession’s peak body.
Ms Cambage joins the Institute, which represents more than 11,000 members in Australia and overseas, with over 20 years of CEO experience. Most recently, she was CEO for TRY Australia – an innovative youth charity and mentoring organisation employing over 400 staff and 200 volunteers across Australia with a $30…
The Australian Retailers Association (ARA) and the Hair and Beauty Industry Association (HBIA) is pleased to announce its recent partnership. The alliance between the two associations has commenced to strengthen the relationship between the retail, and hair and beauty services sectors.
With operations spanning over 85 years, the HBIA are the peak consultative body for the hairdressing and beauty industry. Representing a $5 billion-dollar sector that employs over 84,871 specialists across…
The Dental Hygienists Association of Australia has announced the resignation of Dr Melanie Hayes (Mel) from the position of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the DHAA, effective 16 January, 2019.
For almost ten years Mel has been an active member of the DHAA and in that time she has played a critical role in the development, growth and success of the Association.…
Six major professional associations representing the financial planning/advice sector have signed an historic cooperation agreement to develop a code monitoring solution for their members.
The associations have agreed to work together to submit a code monitoring compliance scheme application to ASIC. The compliance scheme will enable compliance with the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority (FASEA) code of ethics to be monitored and enforced.
The six professional associations…