St George Business Breakfast 2019

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Club Central Hurstville

2 Crofts Avenue

Hurstville, NSW 2220

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The St George Business Chamber in partnership with the Georges River Council invites you to attend the St George Business Breakfast to be held on Wednesday 18th September 2019.

‘Doing business with Council and Government’

This event is also an excellent opportunity to network with other businesses in the local area and includes a full breakfast to be provided.

Speakers include:

President St George Business Chamber, Allan Zreik

Mr Zreik is a prominent business figure in Hurstville, he is passionate and committed about the chamber movement and is a driving force in the St George area.Allan runs and operates a family owned business located in Westfield Hurstville in Sydney for over 25 years designing manufacturing and hand making all fine jewellery.

The business supplies companies with corporate jewellery nationally. Mr Zreik have been associated with Rugby League for the past 20 years, Makers of the NRL Grand Final rings for the last 16 years, a powerful networker and leader in his industry.

Mayor Georges River Council, Kevin Greene

Political Party: Australian Labor Party. Cr Greene was a member of the NSW Parliament from 1999-2011 representing Georges River 1999-2007 and then Oatley 2007-2011. He was the Minister for Community Services 2007-2008, Minister for Gaming, Racing and Sports 2008-2011 and the Minister for Major Events 2010-2011. First elected to Georges River Council in September 2017, Cr Greene was also elected as Georges River Council’s inaugural Mayor. Cr Greene has lived in the Georges River Area for 52 years (since 1965) and has had a career as a teacher, assistant Principal and Principal from 1981-1998. Cr Greene holds a Bachelor of Education and a Diploma of Teaching.

While a member of NSW Parliament Cr Greene was the Chairperson Public Works Committee 2003-2007 and a Member of the Stay Safe Committee 1999-2003. Cr Greene has participated on other committees including the Chair for the Hurstville Centenary Sports Committee 1986, Hurstville Bicentennial Committee and the Hurstville Mayoral Golf Committee/Pro Am 2001-current.

Cr Greene believes that Georges River Council has the opportunity to build on over 130 years of solid foundations, provided by both the Hurstville and Kogarah administrations. He believes it is Council’s responsibility to ensure that the highest standards of services are delivered to the community, and recognising the importance of each individual resident.

Cr Greene is determined to maintain the environmentally beautiful community that provides opportunities for families to raise children in a harmonious and friendly atmosphere. Cr Greene wants to ensure that these natural local treasures are maintained for the betterment of current and future residents.

Vice President St George Business Chamber, Tony Baddour

Tony Baddour has successfully met the challenges as CFO & Financial Controller for a number of organisations varying in size and complexity and has operated contractually with Government, educational institutions and in major commercial organisations.

Tony’s unique set of skills and experience across diverse industries and varying organizations have given him the necessary tools required for operating and assisting any business across varying sectors.

Tony enjoys the experience of working closely with any business’ management team to realise its potential and assist its growth strategies. Tony has been a firm and committed voice of the Chamber movement.

General Manager Georges River Council, Gail Connolly

Gail Connolly brings more than 30 years of local and state government experience to her role as the General Manager of Georges River Council.

Prior to joining Georges River Council, Gail was the General Manager of the City of Ryde. Her expertise spans many areas including managing urban growth, infrastructure and transport planning for local government areas and metropolitan growth centres.

Gail has taken a leading role in transformational leadership and organisational reform, business improvement and cultural change. Her communication and service delivery skills give her a strong foundation on which to build the future vision of Georges River Council.

Gail has held executive roles at several Councils including City of Gold Coast, City of Sydney, and Campbelltown and Blacktown Councils. She has been a Director on numerous public and private sector boards including the Whitlam Institute, the Central Sydney Planning Committee, Place Leaders Asia Pacific and the Western Sydney Parklands Board.

Gail has also held senior executive roles in NSW State agencies, including NSW Transport and Infrastructure, and the Department of Planning, where she led the preparation of whole-of-government strategies such as the Sydney Metropolitan Strategy and the Metropolitan Transport Plan.


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