Cbus appoints chief member officer

Cbus has promoted Marianne Walker to the newly-created role of chief member officer. 

Walker, who had been an executive since 2019, previously worked as group executive for member and employer experience.  

Cbus said the new title clearly highlighted “that members are at the core of everything we do”.  

Half of the executives reporting to Cbus chief executive, Justin Arter, were female. This included chief technology officer, Mirella Robinson; group executive for brand engagement, advocacy and product Robbie Campo; and group executive for people and culture, Kristin Miller. 

Walker said: “Cbus has recognised the executive role that is member focussed and elevated the title to chief member officer. This is an important shift for Cbus and for women in senior roles.  

“Representation, acknowledgement, visibility, equality, and parity for women is so, so important. I believe it is important, especially in the wake of International Women’s Day 2022, that we have a Cbus exec team whose titles reflect equality, self-empowerment, parity, and speak more clearly to the role that they actually perform — especially when it comes to women.” 




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