Karralika appoints new CEO

Via ADCA today:

Karralika Programs Inc Appoints New CEO – Camilla Rowland: Mrs Camilla Rowland has been appointed (as of today, 4 July), as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Karralika Programs Inc, formerly known as the Alcohol and Drug Foundation of the Australian Capital Territory (ADFACT). The Chair of Board of Karralika Programs Inc, Mr David Templeman, welcomed Camilla’s appointment saying that 2011 marked a new era for the organisation which also had a new leadership team.

Camilla has over 20 years experience in the community services and health sectors in rural Australia and more recently in Canberra. She has worked with peak bodies and local community service organisations, and was previously a senior executive with ACT Communities@Work. Camilla is also President of Families ACT, a Committee Member of the National Disability Service (ACT), and a Board Member of the OzHelp Foundation. Supporting Camilla is the newly appointed Services Director, Ms Sharon Tuffin, and Program Managers, Dawn Bainbridge, Kerry Fitzroy, Kim Flemming and Pete Townsend.

Karralika Programs Inc continues to provide case-managed treatment options for adults with alcohol and other drug dependencies, and their children, in residential and community settings, having delivered services in the ACT and surrounding area for over 35 years. Mr Templeman said that Camilla her team looked forward to building and growing relationships with Karralika’s partners to achieve the organisation’s aim of helping clients “choose a better life”.