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Destination Docklands CEO resigns

05 Feb 2015

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Anita Donnelly has resigned as CEO of Destination Docklands.

Docklands News understands Ms Donnelly’s decision to resign from the destination marketing organisation, after more than two years in the role, was unexpected.

Ms Donnelly’s last day with the organisation was on January 9.

Destination Docklands chairperson David Cochrane expressed his sincere thanks to Ms Donnelly.

“Anita had made a significant contribution to Destination Docklands and had been instrumental in driving the regeneration of Docklands and delivering a number of successful events and marketing projects,” Dr Cochrane said.

“The Destination Docklands board thanks Anita for her tenure and wish her the best for the future,” he said.

The organisation is yet to begin the recruitment process to fill the now vacant CEO role.

“While the Destination Docklands board will be recruiting a new CEO, the board wishes to consider the long term requirements of the organisation before commencing the process,” Dr Cochrane said.

“Therefore we will be putting interim arrangements in place.”

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