Leanne Mulcahy has been appointed the new CEO for Murray Dairy.December 12, 2012 4:04am
Murray Dairy has appointed Leanne Mulcahy as its new chief executive.
Ms Mulcahy was raised on a dairy farm near Tatura and has spent her career working across Northern Victoria.
Ms Mulcahy, who has an extensive background in regional and economic development, has most recently worked as director, Development and Planning at Swan Hill Rural City Council.
Prior to that, she worked in regional development roles at the Greater Shepparton City Council and at the Department of Planning and Community Development. Earlier in her career, Ms Mulcahy worked as a journalist and public relations consultant.
Ms Mulcahy will commence in the role on January 21.
The search for a new CEO was the result of a recent review of Murray Dairy, which also saw Sarah Parker take on the newly created role of Operations Manager.
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