Cancer Council SA is proud to appoint Bronwyn Dodd as the newest Director on the Cancer Council SA Board.
Bronwyn brings a wealth of experience to the role, with over 10 years in leadership roles. Bronwyn identifies as an Aboriginal woman from the Ngarrindjeri nation and strives to make a difference for her people and the wider community.
She currently holds the role as the National General Manager of Indigenous Banking at Westpac. Prior to that, Bronwyn was the Executive Director, Customers and Services for the South Australian Housing Authority.
Throughout her career, Bronwyn has built a strong understanding of regional and remote communities and has a passion for working with all stakeholders respectfully and transparently.
Cancer Council SA Board Chair, Karlene Maywald congratulated Bronwyn on her appointment to the Board of Cancer Council SA.
“Bronwyn’s background and experience will bring a new perspective which will help us achieve our purpose of reducing the rate and impact of cancer in all communities across our state.”
“On behalf of the Board, I’d like to welcome her to the Cancer Council SA community.”
Bronwyn said she was thrilled to be given the opportunity to use her skills and experience to support South Australians impacted by cancer.
“Supporting our communities through open, transparent communication has been a key focus throughout my career, and I look forward to using my background across a range of different sectors to help Cancer Council SA deliver on their purpose.”
Bronwyn will commence in the role from December, replacing Jim Birch, who has recently stepped down from the Cancer Council SA Board following 10 years of wonderful service and contribution.
For more information on Cancer Council SA and to view the full list of Board members visit the Cancer Council SA website here.