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Chamber of Commerce and Industry of WA chief executive Deidre Willmott speaking at a recent Business News event. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Willmott to resign from CCI

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of WA will be hunting for a new chief executive after Deidre Willmott signalled she would move on from the role in January next year to pursue non-executive director roles.

Ms Willmott, who is also a director of Australia Post, started as chief executive at the CCI in 2014.

She also serves as a director of the Kimberley Foundation of Australia, which protects indigenous rock art, a role she has held for seven years, and is chair of the St Hilda's Anglican School For Girls council.

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