Pillar appoints executive general manager

Pillar appoints executive general manager

Pillar Administration has appointed a new executive general manager of organisational change, responsible for overseeing the business' transformation project.

Mary Damianos has been named in the newly created role of executive general manager, organisational change, a statement issued by Pillar said.

According to the statement, Ms Damianos’ position was created on the back of the business' transformation program which aims to “modernise” superannuation administration services and enhance member experience through digital and mobile engagement.

Pillar chief executive and managing director Peter Brook said: “We are always looking for opportunities to strengthen our services and alignment to the needs to our clients.

"I am confident they will benefit from Mary’s expertise and the considered direction she will provide to Pillar’s organisational change program," he said. 

Ms Damianos, who joins the company from ME Bank, said she is excited to join Pillar as it begins its transformation project.

“Managing the organisational change, as we realign the business and its practices to ensure the greatest positive impact for all, is a challenge I relish,” Ms Damianos said.

“This role whilst challenging, is a very exciting step in my career.”

Ms Damianos has also held positions at AIA Australia, Energy Australia, NAB and Australia Post.

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