New CNSA CEO
Sonja Cronjé has accepted the position of Chief Executive Officer of the Cancer Nurses Society of Australia (CNSA).
President and Board Chair of CNSA, Jane Campbell, spoke of Cronjé's extensive experience.
"Sonja brings to the role extensive senior management experience in not-for-profit organisations gained across the health, international development and higher education sectors. She has had an extensive career within member organisations in the health sector, and as an experienced executive worked in several member organisations, including Australasian specialist medical colleges."
"In her current role as Senior Executive Officer of the Faculty of Radiation Oncology at the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists – a position which she has held for almost five years – Sonja developed a good understanding of the current challenges relating to the treatment and care of people affected by cancer."
Cronjé has Masters qualifications in Public Health and in Optometry and was a NSW State Finalist for the 2017 Australian Leadership Excellence Awards (not-for-profit category). As a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, she also has a solid grasp of good governance and organisational leadership.
She will commence her position on the 21st of February, and will be based in Sydney.
Taken from Cancer Nurses Society of Australia Announcement 23 January 2018