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ACA announces resignation of chairman

12 Sep 2012 08:10
Following the recent resignation of Wayne Naidoo from Lowe and Partners SA as well as the Association for Communication and Advertising (ACA), the ACA has announced that Nina Morris - CEO of morrisjones - was elected interim chairperson of the ACA Board.
ACA announces resignation of chairmanMorris served as vice chairperson of the ACA Board for a number of years. In terms of the Association's Articles of Association, the board of directors including the vice chairpersons and chairperson are elected annually at the annual general meeting. Morris will therefore serve as chairperson of the board until the next AGM which is scheduled to take place at the end of 2012.

"We are tremendously grateful for Wayne's contribution to the ACA and the profession as a whole, and wish him everything of the best for his future endeavours," commented Odette van der Haar, CEO ACA.

Nina adds, "It is unfortunate to say farewell to Wayne, however we wish him everything of the best and value the contribution he made to the ACA during his tenure."
    
 
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