New chief

24 Apr, 2002 10:00 PM

THE Royal Agricultural Society of Western Australia has announced the appointment of Bruce Rathbone as its new chief executive officer.

With a wealth of experience as a manager and management consultant, Mr Rathbone is looking forward to assisting RASWA to realise its aim of consolidating the organisation's international relevance to agriculture in Western Australia.

In his teens, Mr Rathbone was employed as a jackaroo and stockman in outback WA before qualifying as a metallurgist and, amongst a number of general management and national CEO roles, eventually working both in Australia and overseas with a Rolls Royce Aerospace subsidiary manufacturing turbine blades of Boeing 747 aircraft engines.

As CEO of the Royal Flying Doctor Service in WA, Mr Rathbone implemented changes that led to the successful restructuring of the organisation and delivered a range of enduring benefits to communities throughout remote and rural Western Australia.


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