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Partner News: ICC Sydney Serves Up its 2020 Menu Collection

International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney) has launched its 2020 Menu Collection. Bringing together the latest culinary trends, the menus feature an extensive range of options that cater to all delegate preferences, alongside beloved iconic ICC Sydney dishes.The 2020 menus have been carefully curated by ICC Sydney’s Executive Chef, Tony…

LCA CEO resigns

Law Council of Australia CEO, Jonathan Smithers, today announced his resignation from the peak body representing lawyers across Australia.  Law Council President, Arthur Moses SC, thanked Jonathan stating “On behalf of the board and our constituent body members I would like to thank Jonathan Smithers for his contribution to the legal profession in Australia over the last 3 years.” “Jonathan is leaving the Law Council of Australia following a period of significant transformation…

PSA appoints new CEO

The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA) has appointed career-long health care advocate and health policy expert, Mark Kinsela as Chief Executive Officer. Following an extensive executive search, Mr Kinsela was appointed by the PSA Board and will formally begin his new role on 2 December 2019. “We are delighted to have someone of Mark’s experience leading PSA into its next stage,” Pharmaceutical Society of Australia National President, Associate Professor Chris Freeman said. During…

AIQS elects new President

Mark Chappe has been elected President of The Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (AIQS) succeeding Professor Anthony Mills. Mr Chappe was previously Senior Vice President of AIQS. “I am extremely honoured, proud and humbled to be elected as the President of this significant and prestigious Institute of built environment cost professionals, acknowledging the responsibility that the Institute has to its members and their clients, and at the same time I am very excited at…

New CEO for Resolution Institute

Resolution Institute has appointed Amber Williams as its new Chief Executive Officer. Formerly the CEO of the New South Wales Law Enforcement Conduct Commission, Ms Williams has a background in both the public and private sector.  “We were impressed with Amber’s leadership skills in fostering teamwork, designing strategy, overseeing sound governance and implementing operational excellence,” said Gary Ulman, Resolution Institute Chairman. “We believe these skills will enable…

New ASA President

The Australian Sonographers Association (ASA) Board has announced the election of Mr Ian Schroen as its…

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