Vision Super appoints new director

Industry super fund, Vision Super, has announced the appointment of new director, Vijaya Vaidyanath, to its board, on 1 January, 2022.

Vaidyanath, who had more than 25 years in executive leadership roles in the local government sector as well as extensive board experience across the public and private sectors, NFPs, universities and international banks, was nominated to the Vision Super Board by the Municipal Association of Victoria (MAV).

The firm also said that Vaidyanath was the inaugural chief executive officer of Homes Melbourne and previously served as the chief executive of the City of Yarra. Additionally, she also currently serves on the boards of Parks Victoria, Zoos Victoria and Procurement Australia.

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“Vision Super’s roots in the local government sector are deep. I’ve worked in local government for 25 years and I’m passionate about the difference it makes to people’s lives. Vision Super is there to make a difference to retirement outcomes for the dedicated, amazing people who work in local government and beyond – I’m excited to help guide the fund during my term on the board,” she said.

Vaidyanath would replace Geoff Lake, who had reached the maximum 12-year tenure on the Vision Super board.

 

 

 

 

 




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