6 July 2010
The CEO of natural resource management group NQ Dry Tropics has announced his resignation.
Bob Frazer joined NQ Dry Tropics in 2005 and has been at the helm of the organisation during significant Australian Government environment funding changes.
Chairman Mark Stoneman says the board and staff are disappointed to see Mr Frazer go and he does so with the best wishes of everyone he’s worked with over the last five years.
“Bob has been the stabilising force of the organisation as it matured and developed into a highly credible and effective link between governments and land managers to improve the environment and economy in our region.” Mr Stoneman said.
“Bob has seen the delivery of initiatives under the previous NHT2 program, NAP and now Caring for Our Country. Changes in governments, government priorities, funding arrangements and an increasing public focus on land and water use have brought enormous challenges,” He said.
“Through it all Bob has been a steady influence at the core of these changes.”
Mr Frazer has a passion for improving the environment and has always served with the land and the company’s best interest in mind.
He has accepted a position as CEO of the newly created Cape York natural resource management group and will move to Mareeba at the end of the month.
NQ Dry Tropics wishes Bob and his wife Vonelle all the best during their new exciting phase of their life and career.