P&Cs Qld is pleased to announce the appointment of new CEO Scott Wiseman, who will take over the reins from retiring CEO, Kevan Goodworth OAM, on Monday 22 June.
Scott’s most recent role was as CEO of the Canine Control Council Queensland (Dogs Queensland). He has extensive experience in senior management roles across the not-for-profit sector and has served on a wide variety of industry, advisory and training committees.
A state school parent himself, Scott has two children at Craigslea State High School in north Brisbane and is currently the President of Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Queensland.
P&Cs Qld President, Matthew Rowan, welcomed Scott to this vital role representing the interests of state school parents.
“Scott brings a wealth of experience in representing the interests of not-for-profit associations and will no doubt be a strong voice for state school parents,” said Matthew.
“We look forward to introducing Scott soon to our Board, staff, P&Cs Qld affiliates, stakeholders across the education sector, state parent groups and our annual partners.”
“We also want to acknowledge the outstanding contribution of retiring CEO, Kevan Goodworth, who has worked tirelessly to support, serve and advocate for P&Cs and school councils across Queensland over the past 7 years. We greatly appreciate Kevan’s dedication to the welfare and advancement of education of state school students at both state level and nationally.”
“Kevan will retire on 3 July and is looking forward to some well-deserved relaxation and spending family time at his home in Hervey Bay.”