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Netball Central Zone Appoints Interim CEO

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18 July 2013 

Netball Central Zone Appoints Interim CEO 

Netball Central Zone has appointed experienced project director Libby Carson to the role of interim Chief Executive as the search gets underway for a permanent replacement for Chris Hooper, who resigned last week for personal reasons.

Ian Collier, Chairman of Netball Central Zone, explained that this appointment will ensure continuity for the new organisation at a crucial stage.

“Chris will work with Libby until his departure next month and the pair will continue to build on the excellent work already undertaken in establishing the new zone, ensuring a smooth transition until a new CEO is appointed,” he said.

“The focus will be on building our existing relationships with key stakeholders and implementing the board’s strategic plan. Meanwhile, the recruitment process for a new CEO has begun and we are confident that there will be a great deal of interest in the role.”


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