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SCA QLD farewells Executive Officer

Katrin Watson, Executive Officer at the Strata Community Association (SCA QLD), has announced her resignation after 9 years at the helm.

"The achievements of this company over the past decade are on many levels, the quality of education and the strength of advocacy are what I am most proud of having achieved alongside employees, volunteers and the Board.  In my role I have been fortunate to work with experienced professionals like you that have inspired me to grow and become the professional that I am today. Thank you for the opportunity to work with you in the last couple of years, I have learned a lot and it has truly been a pleasure" said Ms Watson. 

"Strata is a uniquely niche sector that deserves a much bigger spotlight and I am confident that the foundations are strong and that further future growth is inevitable. SCA (Qld) can play a fundamental role in shaping the strata industry’s future and I am excited to see where the Board will take it."

The Board of SCA (Qld) has no intention of losing the momentum this organisation has gained and is therefore in the process of recruiting her successor. In the meantime their Secretary and Board Director Peter Crogan is acting as interim Executive Officer providing continuity and transition for the team and membership. Peter is an experienced people manager with excellent communication skills, project management, financial management skills and organisational management expertise.

"SCA (Qld) has been my family and home for most of my professional life and I am now looking forward to exploring new challenges and opportunities when they arise." said Ms Watson. 

Taken from SCA media release.


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