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Welcoming members of the 2018 COTA Queensland Board

Pictured left to right: Mark Tucker-Evans, Professor Linda Rosenman, Peter Howells, Margret Sudgen, Neil Condon, Marree  McMahon.

COTA Queensland is overseen by an active Board whose members represent different areas within the non-profit and corporate sectors.

Founded in 1957 as the Old People’s Welfare Council, COTA Queensland has been influencing decision-makers and supporting older Queenslanders for sixty years.

COTA has a proud history of identifying needs and working with stakeholders to form community organisations to provide services.

At the 60th Annual General Meeting held on 30 November 2018, voting delegates re-elected unopposed Mr. Peter Howells and Mrs. Robyn Robinson to serve a further three-year term.

COTA Queensland welcomes returned Chair Mr. Howells, an independent business consultant specialising in providing HR advice and project support to clients ranging from the corporate to the public sector and across a range of industries including professional services, finance and resources. He embarked on his career in HR after studying psychology and anthropology at the University of Queensland. He also obtained an MBA from Griffith University and is a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Certified Professional, Australian Human Resources Institute.

Returning Director, Mrs. Robinson, brings well-proven strategy development, risk management and business management skills. Robyn is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, has qualifications in science and IT, and holds a Master of Science Degree in Operations Research. In addition to her role on the Board at COTA Queensland, Robyn is President of the Redlands District Committee on the Ageing and Chair of the Redland Seniors Network.

Celebrating sixty years of service, we acknowledge those who had the foresight to establish our organisation and the commitment and determined efforts of past and present Board members, community team members and staff to advance the rights, interests, and futures of people as we age.

To access and read COTA Queensland’s Annual Report for 2016-2017, click here.  For find out more about our Board members, click here.

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