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Jane Madgwick new CEO of Wetlands International

01-Dec-2003

We are pleased to confirm that Jane Madgwick has been appointed as the new CEO of Wetlands International. A UK citizen, Jane Madgwick has an outstanding record of success while working both in NGOs a...
We are pleased to confirm that Jane Madgwick has been appointed as the new CEO of Wetlands International. A UK citizen, Jane Madgwick has an outstanding record of success while working both in NGOs and government positions, and comes to us from WWF Australia, where she was also a member of the core team for WWF's global Living Waters Programme. Jane has over 15 years of experience of work in the field of wetlands conservation and had previously set up WWF International's Freshwater Programme for Europe and the Middle East while working with WWF International. She takes up her new post in March 2004, meanwhile Douglas Taylor will continue until then as Interim CEO, to ensure continuity of leadership

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Ms. Ytha Kempkes
Communications and Advocacy Manager
Tel. +31 (0)318 660933
Email: ytha.kempkes@wetlands.org

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