New board appointments for Auspire – Australia Day Council WA

  • 16 June 2021

The Chairman of Auspire – Australia Day Council, Mr Bradley Woods is delighted to announce the appointment of four new Non-Executive Directors who join existing Auspire Board Members David Hinton, Peter King, Ken Michael, Rabia Siddique and Michael McPhail.

Jeremy Chetty is the Co-Founder of Student Edge – Australia’s largest student membership community. The student turned entrepreneur, conceived the idea with his friends while they were at Murdoch University ten years ago. Today it has over 1.2 million members and now growing internationally.

Nick Sloan is the Chief Executive Officer of the Western Australian Local Government Association (WALGA). Prior to joining WALGA Nick was the Executive Director, Planning and Service Delivery at the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries. Nick has extensive experience at Executive level in State Government including roles in regional WA.

Meg Coffey Meg Coffey is the founder of State of Social, Australia’s favourite social media conference, and #SMPerth, a network of digital marketers across Perth, and Coffey & Tea a specialist agency focusing on tourism and hospitality. Meg is a regular contributor to the global digital marketing community and often found on TV, radio and in print.

Lenda Oshalem Lenda Oshalem has worked at senior levels of government and politics around the country and in Western Australia. Lenda established the Newgate Communications Perth office in 2017 working for clients across energy, resources, waste, health, property, not-for-profit, government and defence sectors.

In announcing these appointments Mr Woods said “Auspire is entering an exciting new phase building on the successful implementation of our existing Strategic Plan and these outstanding people bring increased diversity to our board and an incredible wealth of intellect and experience as we begin preparation for the 2022-2027 planning cycle.”

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