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CEO Announcement

Hope Street CEO Announcement

I am pleased to announce that Mark Dixon has been appointed as Operations Manager at Hope Street.

Mark is very familiar with Specialist Homelessness Services and his extensive experience in the homelessness sector has included managing programs for young people, transitional housing programs and support services.  Mark has worked in small and large non-government agencies and he is very passionate about supporting young people.

Mark will commence his Operations Manager position on Monday 04 June 2018.

On behalf of the Board of Directors, management and team members, I welcome Mark to Hope Street.

Donna Bennett
CEO

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