Allan Thornley, the recently elected President of the National Road Transport Association (NatRoad), has announced the appointment of a new CEO for the association. Warren Clark has been named as the new CEO of NatRoad. He is expected to commence employment with the organisation on November 2.
“The Executive committee commenced an extensive recruitment process for the role and we were thrilled with the high calibre of applications received,” said Thornley. “Warren has over 20 years’ experience leading and developing business for emerging companies. For the past 14 years he has held the position of CEO at various companies and is a certified Chartered Accountant.”
Clark commenced his career in finance and, after 15 years in this field, made the move across to business management. Since then he has garnered extensive experience in leading and developing organisations in the not for profit sector.
Following a period working overseas, Clark moved back to Australia to help establish a national company, Livestock Biosecurity Network where he held the position of National Manager. This company’s entire success is based around developing and building relationships between government, industry and individual livestock producers.
“Warren’s experience in building associations and businesses will help ensure the continued growth of our association and strengthen NatRoad’s ability to support our members’ long-term viability in our industry,” said Thornley.