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AMI CEO to step down

The Australian Marketing Institute (AMI) has announced that Lee Tonitto will be stepping down as CEO effective 1 December 2018. In Lee Tonitto's CEO update for AMI she wrote the following statement:  After four rewarding years at the helm of AMI, I announce I will be stepping down as CEO on December 1 2018 to commence the next chapter of my career. It has been a privilege to lead the AMI to serve our purpose to provide cutting edge marketing theory and practice to…

Business SA CEO to step down

Nigel McBride Has Decided To Step Down From His Role As Chief Executive Of Business SA When His Current Contract Ends On 30 June 2019, After He Will Have Served Seven Years As Leader Of The State’s Largest Business And Employer Organisation.Mr McBride Leaves Business SA In A Strong Position, Having Overseen The Most Effective And High-Profile Campaigns In The Organisation’s 179-Year History Including Opposing…

Master Builders Victoria new CEO

President of Master Builders Association of Victoria, Melanie Fasham, announced today that Rebecca Casson has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer of Master Builders. Ms Casson is currently Chief Executive Officer of the Committee for Geelong, with more than 20 years experience across government, industry and not-for-profit organisations in Australia, the UK and USA. She…

AICD elects new Chair

Mr Atkin will succeed Elizabeth Proust AO FAICD as Chair following the AICD’s Annual General Meeting on 29 November 2018. Mr Atkin has almost three decades of leadership experience working in both executive and non-executive roles across ASX 100 businesses, small to medium size caps, and the NFP sector. He has been a member of the AICD since 1990. John is currently a non-executive director of IPH Ltd, Integral Diagnostics Ltd and Commonwealth Bank Officers Superannuation Corporation.…

UDIA WA appoints new CEO

The Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA WA) has appointed Tanya Steinbeck to the position of Chief Executive Officer, commencing in mid-November 2018. Ms Steinbeck has a wealth of property development industry experience in WA across the private, government and peak body sectors. “The UDIA WA State Council, is very pleased to welcome Tanya Steinbeck to the team,” UDIA WA President Nick Allingame said. 

Governance Institute of Australia new CEO

Governance Institute of Australia has appointed Ms Megan Motto as its new Chief Executive Officer. Megan will commence in January 2019. Governance Institute President, Warren Baillie said the board is delighted that Megan Motto is joining the organisation. Megan is the former Chief Executive Officer of Consult Australia. Megan is on the boards of Standards Australia and the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA). “Megan is well known and highly respected in the…

Business SA elects new Chair

The board of Business SA has elected Nikki Govan as its Chair, recognising her expertise in running a highly-successful small business and her success in previous roles, including as a former chief executive of SA Great. As the owner of the popular Star of Greece, Ms Govan represents the face of small business in South Australia, where close to 98 per cent of all businesses are statistically considered small to medium-sized enterprises. Business…

FIAA and CMDA merger

The Furnishing Industry Association of Australia (FIAA) has announced an upcoming merger with the Cabinet Makers and Designers Association (CMDA) of Victoria. FIAA has almost 400 members and, as a result of this amalgamation, will take more than 200 current CMDA members into

National Seniors new CEO

National Seniors Australia has announced the appointment of the organisation’s Research Director Professor John McCallum as CEO. Prof. McCallum joined the independent advocacy group for older Australians in December 2016. He has been acting in the role of CEO since May this year. Board Chairman Chris Guille said Prof. McCallum, the leading Australian aged care researcher of his generation, was ideally experienced to guide the organisation through a period of great change and challenges. “Prof.…

AVA appoints Corey Snell as new CEO

The Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) recently undertook an extensive recruitment exercise and is pleased to announce their new CEO will commence in December 2018. Mr Corey Snell brings a wealth of senior executive experience in the not for profit and public sectors primarily in health and aged care. Most recently, Corey was an award-winning Chief Information Officer for a national healthcare organisation and his experience in this…

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