Hepatitis NSW CEO retires
Hepatitis NSW CEO Stuart Loveday has announced his retirement in this month's edition of Hepatitis NSW's e-newsletter.
"It is with sadness, but with a great deal of hope and optimism, that I say farewell and thank you, to the communities of people in NSW affected by hepatitis C and hepatitis B, and to the very many friends and colleagues with whom I have worked for the past 25 years," said Mr Loveday.
"When I joined the Hepatitis C Council of NSW in October 1994, as Executive Officer, working alongside a team of dedicated and skilled volunteers, little did I realise that my professional journey and career ahead would be so fulfilling, enjoyable and long-lasting."
"Come the end of October I will retire from Hepatitis NSW, travelling to spend time with family and friends. In 2020, I will volunteer, at a slower pace, in the areas of prisoner health and human rights, and I look forward very much to working with and for people in NSW living with hepatitis B."
Steven Drew has been named as the incoming CEO.