Vacancy created with departure of Joe Anka.CHALPAT SONTI January 23, 2013 4:53am
Seymour’s peak business group will function as normal despite the departure of its president.
Joe Anka left Seymour Business and Tourism just before Christmas after a restructuring at GoTAFE Seymour, where he was previously the commercial and operations manager.
SBT vice president John Keeffe is likely to take up the leadership role as an interim measure, but otherwise it is expected to be business as usual.
Mr Anka, who lives in Violet Town, was appointed to the GoTAFE role in 2009, after returning from England where he was human resources manager for a large disability charity.
He was a former Seymour Technical High School student and also previously worked in this region as education and compliance manager for Cleanaway, teaching students and communities about recycling.
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