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Rachel Collier appointed the new GM of WSBC

FORMER Health Services Union (HSU) executive Rachel Collier has been appointed as the new general manager of the Western Sydney Business Connection (WSBC).
Rachel's arrival marks a pivotal moment for The Connection. With a proven record of exceptional leadership, Rachel  managed and grew a vast membership base of 76,000 of the HSU and led a dynamic team of 15 people...
Her extensive experience managing membership-based organisations spans over a decade, including a prominent role in a peak industry body.
WSBC President Brendon Noney said: "What truly sets Rachel apart is her deep understanding of business challenges in our great Western Sydney region.
"As a resident of Western Sydney herself, she intimately comprehends the unique opportunities and hurdles that await us in this evolving landscape.
"Moreover, Rachel's entrepreneurial spirit shines through her prior successful management of her own SME business in the pavers, building blocks and landscaping industry.
"The Board of The Connection, recognising our organisation's crucial role in the Greater Sydney business landscape, was resolute in finding the perfect fit for the General Manager position, Rachel's exceptional qualifications and unwavering dedication to fostering growth and prosperity in the community make her the ideal candidate to steer us into a thriving future.
"The Board and I thank all our members for your patience while searching for the right leader. Your unwavering support has been a driving force behind our success, and we are confident that, under Rachel's guidance, we will reach even greater heights."
Rachel started her role in August. Visit www.wcbc.org


Michael Walls
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