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Jude Munro announced as next Board Chair of Uniting Vic.Tas

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Community services organisation Uniting Vic.Tas has announced that Jude Munro AO will be its next Board Chair. The appointment was announced by interim Board Chair Rev Allan Thompson, who has been in the role since Bronwyn Pike stood down in September 2019 to take up the role of Chief Executive Officer.

“We are delighted to welcome Jude Munro as the newest member of the Board and its Chair-elect,” said Rev Thompson. “Her considerable experience across the government, public services and the not-for-profit sector will be invaluable as Uniting embarks on the next phase of its development.”

Thompson added, “We now have a formidable leadership team in place that can make good on our ambition to deliver real and lasting change for vulnerable Victorians and Tasmanians.”

Jude Munro is currently the Chair of the Victorian Planning Authority and the Victorian Pride Centre as well as being a director of Metro Tasmania and Newcastle Airport.

She has a connection with the Uniting Church, serving on the Board of UnitingCare Queensland for six years, between 2010 and 2016.

“I’m delighted to have this opportunity to be part of an exciting future for Uniting Vic.Tas,” said Munro. “Its proud history of standing up for the vulnerable and marginalised is coupled with a bold and exciting vision for the future of community services. This is an organisation that can really make a  difference.”

Munro will take up her position as Board Chair on 16 March.

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