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Geospatial Council of Australia Appoints Bec McIntosh as National Events Manager

Bec McIntosh event manager

The Geospatial Council of Australia (GCA), the peak professional body for the geospatial sector, is pleased to announce the appointment of Bec McIntosh as National Events Manager, as Claire Gerber transitions into a newly created National Partnerships and Relationships Manager role.

An experienced Events and Exhibition Manager with over 30 years’ of experience, Bec has a proven track record in end-to-end event delivery, stakeholder management, and operations. Based in Melbourne, she previously worked for some of Australia’s leading PCO’s, where she specialised in Association conference management.

Commenting on Bec’s appointment, Tony Wheeler, CEO of GCA, says, “We are delighted to welcome Bec as our National Events Manager. Her expertise will be invaluable as we continue to elevate our events and engage with our community. Bec will play a pivotal role in enhancing our event offerings, working closely with Cate Bonthuys, GCA’s National Communications & Marketing Manager, and Claire Gerber, who is transitioning into the role of National Partnerships and Relationships Manager. This integrated team will ensure seamless coordination between communications strategy and event execution, maximising our impact and outreach. I am confident she will excel in her new position.”

Commenting on her new role, Bec McIntosh says, “I am pleased to join the Geospatial Council of Australia as National Events Manager and contribute to the vibrant geospatial community. With my background in event management and passion for delivering exceptional experiences, I look forward to working closely with our team to create engaging and valuable events for our members and the wider geospatial sector.”

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