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COTA QLD Board set ambitious targets

Back row left to right: Mark Tucker-Evans (Chief Executive & Company Secretary), Peter Howells (Chair), Neale Condon (Deputy Chair)
Front row left to right:  Professor Linda Rosenman, Robyn Robinson, Maree McMahon (Chair Finance & Risk Committee).
Absent Margaret Sugden.

At COTA Queensland’s 60th Annual General Meeting held at the end of November last year directors Peter Howells and Robyn Robinson were re-elected unopposed for a further 3-year term. Professor Linda Rosenman was appointed to the Board for another year and will be eligible for election at the 61st Annual General Meeting in November this year.

The Board at its annual planning meeting in January granted Margaret Sugden leave of absence for the year and is currently seeking to appoint an appropriately skilled director until this year’s AGM.

Like many organisations in the community sector COTA Queensland is looking beyond traditional funding sources to underwrite our valuable work and the Board is seeking expressions of interest from people who could assist us to deliver our strategic goals:

  1. As a result of our work the lives of older Queenslanders will be better
  2. Queensland’s cities and communities will be age-friendly
  3. COTA Queensland will be a valued, responsive and sustainable organisation.

If you believe that you have the skills and are interested in joining the governing Board, please contact the Company Secretary Mark Tucker-Evans mte@cotaqld.org.au.

COTA Queensland’s Board has set a number of ambitious growth targets for the organisation over the next three years. These build on the work being undertaken in Queensland but also in association with other COTAs across Australia.

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