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Appointments March 22, 2019

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Our weekly appointments wrap includes Mark Glasson, Philippa Boldy, Chandra Sundareswaran, Rhys Turton, Tracy Taylor, Dean Humphrey, Phill Theunissen, Charlie Gunningham, Robyn Sutherland and Trent Cheetham.

Appointments March 22, 2019

Our weekly appointments wrap includes Mark Glasson, Philippa Boldy, Chandra Sundareswaran, Rhys Turton, Tracy Taylor, Dean Humphrey, Phill Theunissen, Charlie Gunningham, Robyn Sutherland and Trent Cheetham.

Mark Glasson has replaced Ian Carter as chief executive of Anglicare WA. Mr Glasson has a background in social work and public service and was previously Anglicare WA’s director of services. Anglicare WA chairman John Atkins said Mr Glasson would bring a fresh approach to leadership. Philippa Boldy will be the new director of services.

Chandra Sundareswaran has been promoted to general manager of Spacecubed from his previous position as program and impact manager. Prior to working at Spacecubed, Mr Sundareswaran worked in sustainability at Moreland Energy Foundation.

Rhys Turton has been elected president of WAFarmers for a two year term. Mr Turton was previously senior vice president. He is a mixed grains, hay and sheep farmer in York. Mr Turton has other leadership roles in the agricultural sector including Grain Growers Organisation chairman of council and as a director of Grain Growers.

Murdoch University has appointed Tracy Taylor as dean of Murdoch Business School, commencing in October. Professor Taylor previously worked at the University of Technology Sydney Business School where she held positions including deputy dean, associate dean of teaching and learning, associate dean of postgraduate and head of the Graduate School of Business.

Builder Dean Humphrey has been appointed regional vice president of the Housing Industry Association WA. Mr Humphrey is replacing Phill Theunissen who will be president. Mr Humphrey has been a registered builder for 20 years and is the owner and director of Cottesloe-based architecture and building company Humphrey Homes.

Community services organisation Rise has appointed two new board members, Charlie Gunningham and Robyn Sutherland. Mr Gunningham is commercial advisor for the federal government’s Accelerating Commercialisation program, runs Startup News and co-hosts the Startup West podcast. Ms Sutherland works for St John of God Health Care in a corporate health executive role. She is an adjunct associate professor at Notre Dame’s School of Nursing, member of the Notre Dame Nursing Advisory Board and board director of St Patricks Community Centre.

Asterisk Information Security has announced Trent Cheetham will be its business development manager. Mr Cheetham has eight years’ experience in sales, client relations and IT and has previously worked at Perth Glory, Apple and iiNet.

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