Kathy Sharp takes the chair

March 6, 2022 by J-Wire Newsdesk
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Courage to Care (NSW) has announced that Kathy Sharp has become its new Chairperson.

Kathy Sharp

She has had a long involvement with Courage to Care, including as First Vice Chairperson for many years.

After several successful years of committed partnership, and 16 months as Chairman, Eitan Neishlos announced his resignation from the board of Courage to Care NSW.

Due to increasing overseas commitments and travel demands, Eitan will be focussing on his philanthropic interests and business projects in Israel, Europe, the Middle East and USA. This will include work with the recently established Neishlos Foundation.

Kathy Sharp said: “I am honoured to be assuming the role of Chair in this widely respected organisation,” said Ms Sharp.  “Under the leadership of our new CEO Ed St John, and with the support of our wonderful board and management team, we look forward to continuing our important work in the future. We thank Eitan for his invaluable contribution to Courage to Care.”

Eitan remains passionate about Courage to Care and is deeply committed to its important vision and will continue to serve as Ambassador-at-Large.

“Courage to Care has been a huge part of my life over the past year,” said Mr Neishlos.  “In that time we have developed a new Strategic Plan and set the wheels in motion for many years of growth and increased impact.  I am very proud of what we have achieved with Courage to Care. I’ve made many good friends in the organisation and I look forward to remaining closely connected in the future.”

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