CAMS APPOINTS NEW CEO
The Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS) today announced the appointment of Mr David Morgan as its Chief Executive Officer.
With extensive experience in successfully leading complex organisations, Mr Morgan was previously the General Manager of Chemnet Australia, Australia's largest chemical trading and distribution business. He spent more than 20 years in various roles at Orica (formerly ICI Australia) of which Chemnet is a business unit.
Currently he is consulting in the Mining Services industry. Mr Morgan comes to CAMS with a wide ranging career in strategic negotiations, financial and general management and the progressive management of risk and safety standards.
CAMS President Mr Andrew Papadopoulos stated "In our search for a new CEO, we undertook an exhaustive process to find a candidate who on one hand has the ability to think strategically and implement a strategic plan, whilst on the other hand has the hands-on experience to manage complex projects and most importantly, engage with our 50,000 members, our many honorary officials and our competitors and stakeholders".
"David Morgan brings to CAMS a wealth of experience in dealing with complex and time-critical relationships, project management and problem solving. He is the perfect person to lead the organisation through its next stage of development" said Mr Papadopoulos.
Mr Morgan will commence duties in June at the CAMS National Office in East Malvern (Melbourne).
CAMS is the peak motor sport body for Australia, is the regulator delegated by the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) for Australia, and is recognised by the Australian Sports Commission as the National Sporting Organisation (NSO) for Motor Sport.