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Tim Costello to take up new role as Chief Advocate for World Vision Australia

The Chairman of World Vision Australia, George Savvides, announced on 9 May 2016 that the aid agency’s long-serving chief executive Tim Costello will take up a new executive role as Chief Advocate for World Vision Australia later this year. Mr Savvides said that in Mr Costello’s 13 years heading the organisation Tim had made a unique and powerful contribution to World Vision, as well as to the lives of many…

New CEO for peak rural doctor association

The Rural Doctors Association of Australia (RDAA) has announced the appointment of Ms Peta Rutherford as its new CEO. Peta has over 20 years' experience in the health sector, with extensive experience in health service management, planning, funding applications and the implementation of key health service and health workforce initiatives. Her career has also included…

MEA Award Hat-trick for ASHM

The Conference and Events division at Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine (ASHM) has won the national award for Best In-house Meeting Management for the third year in a row. The team also took home the awards for In-house Corporate Social Responsibility and In-house Education. The awards were…

LASA appoints inaugural CEO of integrated national organisation

  Leading Age Services Australia (LASA) is pleased to announce its next major step forward to national integration with the recruitment of Mr Sean Rooney as the inaugural Chief Executive Officer of the unified body.  Mr Rooney is expected to take office in June and will be based in Canberra, following the planned amendments to the LASA constitution to achieve the nationally integrated LASA organisation, replacing the separate federated state and national bodies. “I…

Australian Institute of Building appoints new CEO

  The Australian Institute of Building (AIB) has announced Greg Hughes as the new CEO at the leading Institute for building and construction professionals. Announcing the appointment, National President Norman Faifer FAIB, FAIQS, FIAMA acknowledged the excellent contribution the former CEO had made and now looked forward to a fresh strategic approach. “Greg brings a wealth of senior Not for Profit…

Medical Software Industry Association seeks new Executive Officer

The Medical Software Industry Association (MSIA) exists to enable a vibrant medical software industry and promote the value of technology to improve health outcomes. It represents the majority of medical software providers in Australia, liaises with stakeholders on behalf of its members and acts as a clearing house for information.... READ MORE          

ALIA elects new Board

The 2016 ALIA Board election is now complete and we would like to thank all our Members who took part in the voting process and the ALIA Members who nominated to join the Board of Directors.   We are pleased to announce that the following Members have been elected and will take up their positions on the ALIA Board for a two year term following the Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 18 May 2016. Vice…

JBWere's "The Cause Report – 20 years of (r)evolution in the not for profit sector"

JBWere has recently released an in-depth report analysing data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics and the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) on the Australian charity and not-for-profit ('for-purpose' sector). The report explores the evolution of the sector over 20 years; the role of the sector in Australian society; an analysis at a holistic and sub-sector…

ANZ to chair New Zealand Bankers’ Association

ANZ Bank New Zealand CEO David Hisco has been elected chair of the New Zealand Bankers’ Association (NZBA) for 2016/17. Westpac New Zealand CEO David McLean was also elected deputy chair. Mr Hisco takes over the position from Bank of New Zealand CEO Anthony Healy, who was chair during the 2015/16 financial year.

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