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Chief Executive Resignation

Media Release
Meat Industry Association of New Zealand (Inc)

28 September 2007

Chief Executive Resignation

Meat Industry Association Chairman Bill Falconer today announced that Chief Executive Officer Caryll Shailer has resigned to pursue a number of personal business interests.

“Caryll has been an asset to the New Zealand meat industry for over twenty years,” Mr Falconer said, “and the Association has been fortunate to have had her leadership during the last four. She has made a particular contribution in managing the relationship between the Association’s members and New Zealand’s food safety and inspection agencies, but she has also managed a considerable work load in ensuring that the Association’s views are heard and understood by Government and its agencies on all matters impacting on the red meat sector.”

Caryll will be missed, but I am sure her skills and experience will be put to good use in the future, and that she will never be far from our sector.”

Before joining the Association, Caryll held a number of senior private and public sector roles in New Zealand and offshore. Caryll has been the Meat Industry Association’s Chief Executive since August 2003 and also represents it on a number of Boards and strategic advisory groups. The Association is the representative organisation of companies involved in New Zealand’s $5.4 billion red meat processing and exporting industry.

Dr Shailer will remain in the position until Christmas, during which time a recruitment process for her successor will be undertaken.


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