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Salvos get corporate board

The Salvation Army’s Western Australian division has recreated a strategic advisory board, about 20 years after the previous one was dismantled, with the new board including several well-known Perth business figures.

The Salvation Army WA board will be chaired by Real Estate institute of WA president David Airey, and will include Hegney Property Group founding director Gavin Hegney, gtmedia managing director Gemma Tognini, Cannings Purple national director Karen Brown, and Thomas Legal principal Sabina Schlink.

Representing the Salvation Army on the board will be WA divisional commander Wayne Pittaway, Warren Palmer, Gordon Jones and Andrew Craib.

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