AMAA announces leadership change
The Audited Media Association of Australia (AMAA) has been providing the industry with best practice and accountability services for 90 years thanks to our valued print and exhibition industry members. We want to express our appreciation for the support you have given the organisation over many years and your commitment to media accountability.
The AMAA Board wishes to announce changes to our team. After nine years as CEO of the AMAA, Josanne Ryan will leave the organisation in mid-November. Josanne has played a pivotal role in our organisation; she has led with passion and integrity as a tireless advocate for our industry. The AMAA like all businesses has been on a path of evolution and amongst her many achievements Josanne leaves a substantial legacy with the establishment of a vibrant and valuable new industry body, the Australian Influencer Marketing Council (AiMCO) with an impressive Awards and Accreditation program.
The Board sincerely thanks Josanne for her dedication, professionalism, and leadership throughout and wishes her the very best for her future endeavours.
With our focus on the growth, sustainability, and member value for AMAA, we are pleased to announce that Patrick Whitnall will be taking over the leadership and development of the business in a newly created MD position. Patrick is an exciting leader; one that brings talent, creative expertise, drive and passion for the business, and through our search for a new leader, he stood out as the right choice to take AMAA and AiMCO forward. Patrick has some brilliant ideas on how he will find new ways to support the industry and bring value to you, our members.
I hope that you will join me and the board in congratulating Paddy on this new role and welcoming him to the AMAA and to AiMCO.
The Audited Media Association of Australia (AMAA) is the industry’s accountability body governed by a representative Board from the media, marketing and media agency membership.