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Appointments December 4, 2020

04/12/2020 - 06:30

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Our weekly appointments wrap includes Jeff Burch, Dixie Marshall, Paul Coghlan, Kylie Judd, Tony Goodsell, Ashleigh D'Alessandro and Sarah Russell.

Our weekly appointments wrap includes Jeff Burch, Dixie Marshall, Paul Coghlan, Kylie Judd, Tony Goodsell, Ashleigh D'Alessandro and Sarah Russell

Jeff Burch has been appointed chair of Australia’s First Families of Wine. Mr Burch is the chief executive and winemaker of Howard Park Wines and chair of the WA Agricultural Producers Commission: Wine Division. He is replacing Henschke’s Stephen Henschke, to become the seventh chair of the wine group.

Dixie Marshall has been promoted to managing director of Marketforce, after a restructure of the business. Ms Marshall previously led Marketforce content agency Flare. She has experience as a senior newsreader at Nine and as a director of strategic communications for the WA government. Paul Coghlan will leave the agency next year after the company decided to make the executive creative director role redundant.

The National Association of Women in Construction has welcomed Kylie Judd as a director on its board. Ms Judd is a project manager assistant at Multiplex, where she has worked for the past eight years. She has been involved in managing projects including St John of God Midland, HSBC office tower and One The Esplanade.

EMCO Building has made Tony Goodsell its design manager. Mr Goodsell has more than 30 years’ experience working in construction and architecture firms and been part of projects including the Old Treasury Building office tower and Curtin University’s student accommodation in Kalgoorlie. He has previously held similar roles at Pindan and Mirvac.

Ashleigh D'Alessandro is joining Citadel-MAGNUS as senior associate. Ms D’Alessandro has nine years’ experience in public relations and media management, working at Satterley Property Group, Carnegie Clean Energy and Department of Premier and Cabinet of WA.

Sarah Russell has been appointed as a judge of the District Court of Western Australia. Ms Russell joined the Western Australian Bar in 2010, after working as a senior associate at Australian law firm Clayton Utz and Mallesons Stephen Jaques. She has been a counsel in complex corporate and contractual cases in the Supreme Court and Federal Court, mainly in construction and engineering.

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