Comms Council establishes NSW Committee

By Helen Schuller | 13 August 2010
Daniel Leesong

SYDNEY: The Communications Council has appointed ten industry leaders to its New South Wales committee with Droga5 partner Sudeep Gohil taking on the role of chairman

The new NSW committee members are The Holla Agency principal Alex Allwood, Oddfellows general manager Andrew Black, Happy Soldiers principal Lindsey Evans, Bellamyhayden managing director Sunita Gloster, and Three Drunk Monkeys managing director Mark Green.

The committee also includes Loud CEO Lorraine Jokovic, The Works founding partner Damian Pincus, RADAR founding principal Andrew Robertson, George Patterson Y&R managing partner Nicole Taylor and Whybin TBWA chief financial officer Adrian Paul.

Communications Council chief executive Daniel Leesong said: “We are delighted to welcome the new Committee members to the Communications Council.

"Committee representatives are active members of the Communications Council and their participation plays a crucial role in achieving the broader objectives of the Council. “

“The Committee will be of great importance in voicing the needs and concerns of the local marketing communications industry and is instrumental in flagging New South Wales specific issues to the current National Board.”

The first meeting of the Committee is scheduled for Monday 30 August. The Communications Council is represented nationally through committees in all five states.

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