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The independent process to appoint an industry representative on Australian Wool Innovation’s (AWI) board nomination committee has been conducted with Simon Cameron, a Tasmanian woolgrower, endorsed by the Woolgrower Industry Consultation Panel (WICP) in the formal nomination process to the position.
The meeting, chaired by WICP independent chair Mr Ron Cullen and attended by the AWI WICP members each with equal voting rights, signals a new approach for AWI’s board nomination committee and board nomination process reflecting the recommendations in the Ernst & Young 2018 Review of Performance (ROP).
The process of appointing, by consensus, an industry representation on AWI’s board nomination committee is independent of the AWI Board and reflects the highest governance standards.
About AWI’s 2019 AGM
AWI will hold its 2019 Annual General Meeting (AGM) at 10 am on Friday 22nd November 2019 at Amora Hotel Jamison Whiteley Ballroom, 11 Jamison Street, Sydney NSW.
More details related to the election of Directors, together with the Nomination Form, Consent to Nomination Form and AWI’s Rules and Procedures governing the election of Directors are available from AWI’s website at www.wool.com/agm.
AWI is a not-for-profit company that invests in research and development (R&D), and marketing to increase the long-term profitability of Australian woolgrowers.
AWI is funded primarily through a wool levy paid by woolgrowers and a matching contribution from the Federal Government for eligible R&D activities that are capped at 0.5% of the value of gross national value of wool production.