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CanTeen Appoints New CEO


Friday, 2nd March 2012 at 9:37 am
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CanTeen, the national support organisation for young people living with cancer, has appointed Peter Orchard as the new Chief Executive Officer.

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CanTeen Appoints New CEO
Friday, 2nd March 2012 at 9:37 am

Peter Orchard has been announced as the CanTeen CEO

CanTeen, the national support organisation for young people living with cancer, has appointed Peter Orchard as the new Chief Executive Officer.

The Canteen Board says Orchard brings both the expertise and vision to lead CanTeen into the next exciting phase and is passionate about working alongside and empowering young people.

The Board says Orchard is proficient in establishing youth specific models of care, having overseen the establishment of 30 new headspace services across Australia, and has excellent credentials managing Government, Health and other senior stakeholders to drive positive change.

It says his appointment marks the beginning of an exciting new chapter for CanTeen which commences on March 7 2012.

Orchard takes up the mantle from Dr Andrew Young was with the organisation for 8 years and was responsible for driving growth and development including doubling the revenue and reach of the organisation. He has continued his passion for creating change by moving to the Centre for Social Impact.

Find out more about CanTeen at www.canteen.org.au 




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