New management for ADPA
The peak body for dental prosthetists, the Australian Dental Prosthetists Association, has thanked its outgoing CEO, Jeremy Irvine.
Mr Irvine departs ADPA in mid-April, having been appointed Executive Director of the Victorian TAFE Association.
"It's been a great privilege to head the Association team these past four years, including unifying our state and national bodies in 2016. I've learned much from many members, and wish the profession and the ADPA board and team the best for the future," Mr Irvine said.
With the current Coronavirus challenges, the ADPA board have decided to place on hold recruitment for a permanent CEO for the time being.
ADPA President, Jenine Bradburn, and Engagement Manager, Di Woolcock, will split the role, having worked closely together for many years.
“Jenine is an experienced, well-respected President and has a strong management background which the ADPA Board felt was important,” ADPA Vice President Russell Brownlie said.
“Di’s known to all our members and stakeholders, and will work with Jenine in an interim new role as Executive Officer. The Board is confident that these arrangements will continue to provide ADPA members with strong leadership and stability during a time of unprecedented change.”
Mr Irvine concludes with ADPA on 17 April and the new arrangements commence on the following Monday.
Taken from Australian Dental Prosthetists Association news 9 April 2020.