PSA welcomes new State and Territory Branch Committees
The Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (PSA) congratulates and warmly welcomes the newly elected State and Territory Branch Committees.
These newly elected leaders bring further passion and diversity to the PSA, as they seek to represent their profession.
PSA extends thanks to Australia’s leading voting & election service provider, CorpVote, for their management of the election process. For the second time, PSA used an online voting platform for the Branch Committee elections, and it was encouraging to see that the majority of members used this technology to have their say.
These Branch Committee members are now eligible to become National Board Directors, drawing on their skills and experience to advocate for the profession, promote membership and represent their State or Territory.
PSA’s Chief Executive Officer, Mark Kinsela, welcomed the new Branch Committees and thanked all members for their contribution to the election process.
“The PSA is thrilled to announce the newly elected members of the Branch Committees and we believe that these appointees will drive the organisation and profession forward.”
“We would like to thank the record number of nominees who put their hands up to lead the profession, and the members who took the time to cast their vote.”
“The enthusiasm, passion, and talent of all nominees signifies a very promising future for the pharmacy profession.”
The following Branch Committee members will commence their term on July 1 and will hold office for two years.
In accordance with the Rules of the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia Limited, PSA declares the following results for the 2021 PSA Branch Committee election:
|ACT Branch – 9 positions||BEARDMORE, Renae
|NSW Branch – 12 positions
|QLD Branch – 10 positions
|SA/NT Branch – 10 positions
MILL, Deanna Nicole
|TAS Branch – 9 positions
VAN TIENEN, Ella
|VIC Branch – 10 positions
|WA Branch – 9 positions
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