Alina Bain has a massive new leadership role, with the Export Council of Australia (ECA) announcing she’ll take the helm of the organisation as it aims to further promote Australian industry in international markets.
Based in Sydney, Alina will start as CEO of the peak body on the 15th March, following a two year stint as CEO of the Australian Services Roundtable.
She takes over the role from Lisa McAuley, who has been in the position since 2015.
ECA chair Dianne Tipping said Alina brings public policy experience to the role.
“Alina’s extensive experience in seeking and delivering positive policy outcomes in highly complex and challenging environment along with her unique skills in skills development and delivering member benefits will help grow the ECA at this critical time for Australia’s exporters,” she said.
“I am confident Alina’s leadership of the ECA will add further strength to our organisation and benefit the members we serve.”