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PeopleIN appoints Tony Peake OAM to the Board

PeopleIN is pleased to announce the appointment of Tony Peake OAM to the PeopleIN Board as a Non-Executive Director.

Tony brings over 25 years of board level experience in various sectors including retail, consumer, education, and government, complementing the PeopleIN board with strong and specialised strategic expertise.

As the former Chief Operating Officer of PwC Australia, Tony led the Finance, Technology, Real Estate, Business Services, and Procurement functions. His strategic leadership and governance skills have also been demonstrated through his non-executive directorships at Domino’s Pizza Enterprises, Bakers Delight, Country Fire Authority, Central Highlands Water, Scanlon Capital, The Australian Ballet, and as Chair of the Museum of Australian Photography.

Tony is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand (FCA), a Fellow and Graduate of Australian Institute of Company Directors (FAICD), and was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) in 2023 for his service to the community through various organisations.

Chairman, Glen Richards, said Tony’s addition to the Board will strengthen PeopleIN’s financial foothold within our industries and pursue new opportunities.

“Tony’s understanding of diverse industries and his leadership in both corporate and not-for-profit sectors will be a tremendous asset as we strive for growth and innovation.”

Tony said he was excited to join PeopleIN.

“The company’s dedication to excellence and its significant workforce contributions across critical industries in Australia and beyond resonates strongly with my professional values. I look forward to contributing to PeopleIN’s future success.”

Tony’s commencement comes as Non-Executive Director, Liz Savage, exits the Board. Liz joined the Board in 2017 and has provided invaluable counsel and a strong customer centric focus over a period of significant growth. The Board and management team sincerely thank Liz for her contribution to PeopleIN and wish her well with her future endeavours.


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