AT a recent graduation ceremony where the latest cohort of 27 graduates completed their training, Goulburn Murray Community Leadership took the opportunity to introduce the organisation’s new executive officer, Nathan Bibby.
“Nathan brings to the role a breadth of experience for building community capacity and has demonstrated his capability for building partnerships across a number of key sectors including; education, health, sport and employment as well as building strong relationships with State and Federal Government agencies,” said chair of GMCL’s community lead board, Julie Cobbledick.
Nathan recently relocated his family to the Goulburn Murray from the Western suburbs of Melbourne where he was the youth services coordinator with Hobsons Bay City Council.
Prior to that he was program manager for the Sons of the West Men’s Health Program, an initiative of the Western Bulldogs. Nathan’s work history is supported by a Masters of Business Administration (University of Wollongong) and a Bachelor of Management.
According to chair, Julie Cobbledick, Nathan brings a fresh set of ideas to the GMCL and a passion for exploring the possibilities for community leadership.
“We believe this is critical to building on the outstanding work of outgoing chief executive officer, Michelle Luscombe, and further developing GMCL’s brand awareness,” Ms Cobbledick said.
Nathan will officially join the GMCL in the role from early 2021.