Our weekly appointments wrap includes Andrew Stevens, David Crothers, Bellevue Gold, Paul Good, Ken Seymour, John O'Neil, Wally Newman, Neil Foster, Dominic Da Cruz, Jason Kunkler and Stacey Molloy.
Renewable energy company Perdaman Advanced Energy has made Andrew Stevens chief executive. Mr Stevens is succeeding Dominic Da Cruz who is temporarily relocating overseas. He has been working in the renewable energy space for more than 15 years. Prior to this appointment, he worked at Carnegie Clean Energy and Summit Southern Cross Power.
David Crothers has been elected president of Master Builders Association of WA. Mr Crothers has been the managing director of Crothers Construction for over 20 years and has been on the Master Builders board for a decade. He replaces outgoing president Jason Kunkler.
Bellevue Gold has appointed Luke Gleeson as head of corporate development. Mr Gleeson was previously head of investor relations and a business development officer at ASX-listed gold producer Northern Star Resources. Prior to joining Northern Star, he worked at Macquarie Bank for seven years as a resources analyst and a stockbroker.
Paul Good has been appointed south west regional manager at agricultural investment company Alterra. Over the past 19 years, Mr Good has worked across all aspects of orchard development, farm management, post-harvest packing and sales. He most recently worked as operations and business development manager at Newton Orchards.
The 2020 CBH Group member directors have been elected. Ken Seymour from Miling was elected in district one, John O'Neil from Mukinbudin was elected in district two and in district four, Wally Newman from Newdegate was re-elected.
Neil Foster has joined Little Green Pharma as a scientific advisor. Professor Foster is a John Curtin Distinguished Emeritus Professor specialising in chemical engineering. With more than 30 years’ experience, he will assist in the development of technology for targeted treatment using medicinal cannabis.
GRA Partners has hired Stacey Molloy as director corporate communications. Ms Molloy moved from the University of Western Australia where she was associate director corporate communications. She has previously worked as a government media advisor and at gtmedia and Cannings Purple.