Emma Logan has announced her departure from the Australian Association of National Advertisers (AANA) as its director of member engagement and events.
After more than three years with the industry body, Logan shared that now feels like the right time for her to explore her horizons and consider new opportunities.
Logan said: “I can’t thank everyone enough for your engagement, support and friendship during my time at AANA, ‘this is certainly not goodbye’. It’s been a real privilege to work so closely within our community and connect with so many inspiring leaders to build a better industry.
“I am incredibly passionate about the Advertising Industry and AANA’s role within it. I’m immensely proud of what we have achieved during my time with the organisation. The experiences, growth, and networks built have been more than I could have ever imagined. AANA is in great hands with Josh at the helm, and I look forward to seeing the impact he and the team will achieve.
“Now I have the opportunity to take stock and truly assess where I want to contribute next and am excited about where my next adventure will take me. Thank you again for all your support, and looking forward to connecting over the coming months,” she concluded.
Josh Faulks, chief executive officer of the AANA, thanked Logan for her dedication and contribution to the AANA during her tenure.
“For over three years, Emma has been the heart and soul of the AANA. Her passion, energy and dedication towards the industry has been unwavering and she is a fierce defender and advocate for AANA’s members.
“Emma has made an incredible contribution to AANA and the industry, and she will leave a huge legacy and will be sorely missed,” he added.
Logan will conclude her duties on November 30.
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