Advisory Board Changes

Dear ERCSA community,

It is with immense gratitude that I wish to share with you the below announcement from our Board Chair Ceinwyn Elleway. Over the past 7 years Ceinwyn has been instrumental in the leadership, direction, and perseverance, she has instilled upon our community.

Ceinwyn has always ensured that the pursuit of our mission remains at the forefront of what we do. Her wisdom and tenacity has lead us through some challenging times, and has only helped to strengthen the importance of our community.

For me personally, the guidance and friendship Ceinwyn has offered during my time with ERCSA has gotten me where I am today. Ceinwyn strongly encourages women in leadership and over the years has challenged me to be the best possible leader for our community. For that I am extremely grateful.

While her tenure officially ended last month we are fortunate that during this transition period Ceinwyn continued to stay with us until we found the best individual to lead our organisation.

We cannot thank Ceinwyn enough for the dedication, and passion she has given ERCSA over the past 7 years.

I am excited to share with you the official appointment of our new Board Chair Tiffany Newman.

Tiffany has been a member of our Board and an active member of our community for a number of years. Tiff’s desire to immerse herself in the action in order to build her understanding throughout all levels of the organisation will assist us in working towards our mission into the future.

Tiff has an interest in sustainability across all levels and I am looking forward to working with her to explore new and exciting opportunities for our volunteers and participants.

Please join me in officially welcoming Tiff as our new Board Chair.


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