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MR: Liz Anderson steps down from CATO Board after eight years of Leadership.The Council of Australian Tour Operators (CATO) has today announced that Liz Anderson will be stepping down from the Board on Wednesday June 19, concluding her 8 years as a Director.

“The eight years that Liz served on the CATO board were the most transformative time in the Association’s history.  She helped shape the CATO that exists today and in the process has created significant value for both the membership and the broader touring sector. I have greatly valued her input, wisdom and friendship and will miss her on the board,”  stated Dennis Bunnik, CATO Chair.

“I have chosen not to re-nominate for my position as a Director of the CATO Board, a decision that comes at a time of deep pride in our collective achievements. Over my eight-year tenure, I have had the privilege of contributing significantly to CATO’s growth and success. Despite facing some of the most formidable challenges our industry has ever encountered, our sectors unwavering collaborative spirit has resulted in transformative changes and substantial learning. As I step down, I am excited to continue following CATO’s progression and look forward to dedicating my efforts to new challenges in the industry as a member of the SETO board.” said Liz Anderson

“In my role as Managing Director, I have deeply valued Liz’s support and strategic guidance. Her contributions have been instrumental in shaping CATO’s direction and I am personally grateful for her commitment to our goals and her support in executing our strategic vision,” stated Brett Jardine.