The Australian Organics Recycling Association (AORA) has appointed Diana De Hulsters as its new National Executive Officer. Diana De Hulsters is an Association Executive with over 10 years’ experience as Partnerships Manager and 2IC in membership-based business and charitable organisations.
She has established and delivered regional and national growth for the Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce SA/NT, Simulation Australasia, The Royal Institution of Australia and the Asthma Foundation of South Australia. Diana has completed a Master of Business Administration, the Company Directors Course and is one of the first 100 people in Australia to have been awarded Chartered Manager status through the Institute of Managers and Leaders.
Outside of AORA she also volunteers her time and skills as a non-executive board member and mentor within the social economy. Diana is a past SA/WA state board director of AuSAE.
AORA is the national peak industry body representing organics processors and recyclers. Organics that can be recycled include food waste, green or garden waste, and food soiled packaging amongst others.
“Please join me in welcoming Diana to AORA and the world of organics recycling.” Peter Wadewitz, Chairman, AORA
Diana can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org or on LinkedIn.
For more information visit www.aora.org.au