Final two directors appointed to Greenlife Industry Australia
Davina Boyd and Alistair Hill have been appointed by the Board Nomination Committee for Greenlife Industry Australia to complete its complement of seven directors. Both Davina and Alistair joined their director colleagues at the new association’s first strategic plan workshop which was held in Melbourne this week.
Davina is an applied social researcher and development practitioner with broad experience working on development projects internationally and in Australia. Currently, her focus is on agricultural development projects in Cambodia, Laos and Bangladesh to improve the livelihoods of smallholder farming communities through sustainable intensification, small enterprise development and improved food security. She is committed to projects that have practical outcomes and thrives working cross-culturally and collaboratively and is adept at managing complexity. She is active in her community and chairs her local community garden.
Alistair is an experienced executive and director of ASX Listed Public company, Private company and Not For Profit organisations with in excess of thirty years of experience in growing, merging and takeovers of small to large entities. He is Chairman of Immij, a provider of printed plant labels, tags, seed and bulb packets and other packaging and media services to the Greenlife Industry. In recent times, Alistair was Chairman of The Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal (Southern Region) and a member of The Salvation Army Advisory Board in addition to being on the Advisory Board of Shop a Docket. He holds a Bachelor of Business Degree (BBus), is a Fellow Certified Practising Accountant (FCPA) and a Fellow of The Australian Institute of Company Directors (FAICD).
The next Greenlife Industry Australia Board Meeting is scheduled for 20 November 2019.