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Autism New Zealand New Chief Executive Dane Dougan

Press Release 20 May 2013

Autism New Zealand is pleased to announce the appointment of Dane Dougan as their new Chief Executive.

Dane has worked at the New Zealand Rugby Union as the Provincial Union Support Manager and most recently as general Manager of Softball New Zealand. His experience in membership organisations has given him a heightened understanding of the needs of the member and the role that the National body plays.

Dane has a degree in Accounting and Commercial Law and a Masters in Management Studies from Victoria University in Wellington. He is married with two children.

Dane will commence this role on 10th June 2013.

Autism New Zealand

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