Murray Shire mayor Tom Weyrich has today announced Margot Stork is the shire’s new general manager.JESS CRAIG February 27, 2014 10:32am
Murray Shire has appointed their first ever female general manager.
Margot Stork was announced as the shire’s new GM by mayor Tom Weyrich today.
Cr Weyrich said Ms Stork had a wealth of experience.
Ms Stork’s background includes work with the Victorian Government, including a five year term as Department of Treasury and Finance service operations director.
She also worked as Moorabool Shire Council’s human and corporate services general manager from 2006 to 2008.
Ms Stork managed the Ford Discovery Centre, a museum about the history of the Ford Motor Company in Australia, built as a collaborative project of the Ford Motor Company, Deakin University, Gordon Institute and the City of Greater Geelong.
More in tomorrow’s Riverine Herald.
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