Angela Emslie, president of the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (AIST), has announced her resignation from the role.
Ms Emslie, who is also the chair of HESTA, will step down as the president of AIST after joining the organisation in 2002.
Commenting on her departure, Ms Emslie said it was a “privilege to help shape the not-for-profit sector”.
“I’m confident that there is plenty of talent to continue our important work well into the future,” she said.
AIST chief executive Tom Garcia said: “Angela has devoted a significant amount of time and energy into ensuring AIST delivers for members.”
“She has been a very passionate voice advocating the benefits of not-for-profit super and helping enhance AIST’s services for fund staff and directors,” said Mr Garcia.
AIST also announced the appointment of three new board members, Catherine Bolger, Craig Peate and Mark Puli.
“I’d like to welcome Catherine, Craig and Mark and look forward to their contribution during this important time of development and implementation of superannuation policy.” said Mr Garcia.
AIST will elect a new present at a board meeting this April.
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