News from November 2019
The Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA) has announced Tara Diversi as the President and Chair of the DAA Board. Following a two-year term as a DAA Director, Ms Diversi returns to the Board, to continue governance, management and strategic direction of the organisation.
Practising as a dietitian for 16 years, Ms Diversi brings with her a wealth of experience within the private sector, academia, nutrition communication, policy and governance. Her contribution to the profession has…
The NSW & ACT Girl Guides community has announced a merger with Girl Guides NT. Starting in January 2020, Girl Guides NSW, ACT and NT will have 7,800 members as a single organisation. This merger will allow the groups to collaborate between states and territories and expand learnings.
Through this partnership, Girl Guides NT will benefit from greater access to resources and opportunities, as well as the operational benefit of a larger association.
The Australian Dental Association SA Branch (ADASA) has appointed Dr Angelo Papageorgiou as its President for 2020. Dr Papageorgiou, a Fellow of the Academy Dentistry Internationale since 2004 and most recently recognized as a Fellow of the Pierre Fauchard Academy, brings diverse experience across the dental industry to the position, having practiced in the public and private sectors, as well in academics as a final year tutor at the University of Adelaide Dental School.
Strata Community Australia (VIC) has welcomed new CEO Maree Davenport, who was appointed in October 2019.
Ms Davenport is a former member of the Victorian Parliament (1996-2002) and since 2004, she has been Principal/Company Director of Phoenix Public Affairs, specialising in representing peak bodies, NFPs, Government Departments and Statutory Authorities.
She has an extensive history with SCA, having previously been engaged as a lobbyist and advocate during the 2006…
Joyce DiMascio, Chief Executive for The Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA) will step down from her role at the end of December 2019 to take up another position in the events and hospitality industry.
EEAA President, Spiro Anemogiannis said since joining the Association in 2011, Ms DiMascio had built the EEAA into a stronger, more recognised and valued Association widely respected both in Australia and internationally.
“Joyce has been a stand-out leader focussed…
In a world-first Tourism New Zealand has announced three international conferences whose impacts will be measured to maximise the positive societal impacts conferences generate to communities.Tourism New Zealand Chief Executive Stephen England Hall says: "Conferences are a catalyst for social change. The information shared and decisions taken can profoundly change communities, impacting areas from policy and legislation change, to public health initiatives, environmental action, economic…
Science & Technology Australia (STA) has announced the departure of the Chief Executive Officer of the peak body, Kylie Walker, who will finish in December 2019 after an outstanding 3.5 years in the position.
STA President Professor Emma Johnston said Ms Walker had been an excellent leader for the organisation since she joined as CEO in June 2016.
“During her time with STA, Kylie helped us grow in both scale and impact, and she created many of our new programs.
Royal Automobile Club of Queensland (RACQ) has announced that RACQ has appointed experienced executive and Queenslander David Carter to the role of Group CEO.
Mr Carter is currently CEO Banking and Wealth at Suncorp and his appointment follows the retirement of current RACQ Group CEO Ian Gillespie after 13 years in the role. “It is an exciting time for Mr Carter to take on this role…
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