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IHC CEO Announced

August 12 2002

IHC CEO Announced

The IHC Board of Governance today announced the appointment of Ralph Jones to the position of Chief Executive of IHC.

Mr Jones has worked with IHC for 11 years as General Manager Corporate Services and as General Manager of the Northern Region for seven.

“IHC is a large and complex organisation and the Board is pleased to be in the position to appoint a knowledgeable, experienced and skilled leader,” Mrs Rocco said today.

“We were also pleased to involve a panel of people with intellectual disabilities in our appointment process and the Board would like to acknowledge their contribution,” Mrs Rocco said.

The appointment will be effective from August 14 2002.

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