The Spinal Injuries Association welcomes Bruce Milligan as its new CEO. Milligan has over twenty years of experience in the human services sector, having been the Deputy Director-General of Disability Services Queensland, the CEO of The Cerebral Palsy League of Queensland and a senior executive at Queensland Health.
Gina Anderson has been appointed Philanthropy Fellow at The Centre for Social Impact. Anderson’s breadth of knowledge in the philanthropic sector will see her lead a research project about the grant-making activities of philanthropic foundations, entitled ‘Where the Money Goes’.
The Western Australia Institute of Public Administration welcomes Audra Young as its inaugural Member Relations Manager. Young’s career has included hotels, catering, retail and venue management, with a strong focus on customer service. The Institute says Young’s commitment to developing relationships and understanding client needs make her well-suited to her new role.
The Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology has elected Jo Davey as its President. Davey’s experience in the Australian food industry began when she first became a member of the Institute as a student. She served on the NSW Food Microbiology Group for ten years and was its President for three years. Davey has also held numerous leadership roles in food industry associations and industry technical and research committees. She was appointed as a Fellow of the Institute in 2004.
Southbank Institute of Technology has announced the appointment of new Institute Director and CEO Dr Pim Borren, who will commence in November. Dr Borren has been the Chief Executive of Waiariki Institute of Technology in New Zealand for the past five years and has also been the Deputy Chief Executive of New Zealand’s third largest institute of technology, the Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology. Dr Borren is expected to bring a wealth of experience to the Australian tertiary education sector.
Third Sector wishes everyone the best of luck in their new roles.
Third Sector acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.