MTA Institute Welcomes Sue Davis as New Chair

Sue Davis has been appointed the new Chair for the MTA Institute Board.

Sue brings a wealth of experience to the role, particularly in the areas of financial, commercial, and operational management. She has worked across a broad range of industries including hospitality, property management, airports, leisure, and health, across medium and large-scale private, public and government-owned organisations.

Most recently, Sue has focused her career on the education and training sectors, having worked for Bond University and TAFE Queensland, where she was responsible for the strategic and operational planning of the organisation, in addition to the financial and asset management strategies. She has also provided valuable board contributions for the last seven years to the charity Life Education Queensland.

Sue is a competent and diligent leader with well-developed business skills, commercial acumen, strong work ethic and integrity.

Through these roles she has achieved considerable success and has learned valuable experiences that will no doubt transfer to her new position as Chair of the MTA Institute.

“I’ve been impressed by MTA Institute’s reputation as the leading private training provider within the automotive industry and I look forward to working with the Board, executive management and staff to continue and expand on their training outcomes and training services to date,” said Sue.

“I’m hoping to be able to value-add in MTA Queensland and MTA Institute’s strategic activities and commercial decisions and investments, that in turn will further support the valuable services MTA Queensland provides to its members and industry.”

Not only is Sue excited by the opportunities for members and industry, but she also looks towards the future, focusing on the sustainable practices of the institute.

“I am really pleased to see how passionate and focussed MTA Queensland and MTA Institute are in their social responsibilities and future sustainability of the automotive industry and I look forward to making contributions in these endeavours where I can.”

MTA Institute is excited to embark on its new journey with Sue Davis as Chair.

Source: Motor Trader e-Magazine (March 2021)

10 March 2021