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Renal Society of Australasia Appoints First Independently-Employed Executive Officer

The Renal Society of Australasia (RSA) is delighted to announce Savio D’sa as their new Executive Officer. Savio brings to the role a broad experience and advanced skill-set across a range of associations and societies in the legal, health, allied health and social services sectors.

“We are very pleased and excited that Savio is joining us and I can certainly see we will be able to draw on his collaborative, innovative and dynamic approach to association management: this will bring many benefits to the RSA,” says Jon Hosking, President of the Renal Society of Australasia. “On behalf of the Board, I extend Savio a warm welcome to the RSA as he takes on this key role as our first fully independently-employed Executive Officer”.

“I am delighted to be joining the RSA at this exciting time of its growth and onward development” says Savio. “Building on the strong foundations of the last 50 years, I am excited to work with the Board to deliver on the ambitious strategic plan. I am passionate about delivering great member experiences and working collaboratively with partner organisations in Australia, New Zealand and beyond. As I settle into this new role, I look forward to connecting with members, partners and other stakeholders and learning from you how the RSA can support you to deliver the best clinical care for your patients”. 

Taken from RSA. 

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