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Chair of the National Growth Areas Alliance, Mayor Glenn Docherty, is pleased to announce Bronwen Clark has been appointed to the role of Executive Officer, following a national recruitment process.

“Bronwen has been with NGAA since 2015 in the role of Communications and Engagement Manager. She has a thorough insight into the NGAA, along with a strong track record of achievement in advocacy, communications and government roles,” he said.

“This year is shaping up as an important one for the NGAA and we are confident Bronwen will lead us towards better policy and funding outcomes for Australia’s fast growing outer suburbs.”

Bronwen has extensive experience consulting to local government and the not-for-profit sector on policy development, advocacy and community engagement. She has also worked with the Federal Government on multilateral issues and brings strong governance skills from a number of Director roles.

Bronwen has been acting in the Executive Officer role following the departure of Ruth Spielman.

Enquiries: Bronwen Clark, 0448 401 257

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