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Resignation Of The Executive Director, Kevin Hague


30 June 2003

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Monica Briggs, NZAF Acting Chair announced with sadness and regret the resignation of the Executive Director, Kevin Hague.

"Kevin has resigned to take up a Management position with the West Coast District Health Board." Said Monica Briggs.

"He has made a fabulous contribution not only to the work of the Foundation but also the public health sector over the last five years in his position as NZAF Executive Director"she said.

"The Foundation will greatly miss his experience and knowledge and most certainly his leadership. Our loss is the West Coast DHB's gain and we wish him well in his new position"she said.

Mr Hague's last day at the Foundation will be Friday 12 September 2003.

Monica Briggs
NZAF Acting Chair


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