Farewell to Jeff Elliott, CitySwitch National

 

It is with much sadness that we say goodbye to Jeff Elliott, who, after some time away volunteering, will not be returning to the role of Regional Program Manager for CitySwitch in Victoria. We’re delighted that Jeff will be joining Sustainability Victoria, working with their buildings team who no doubt will benefit greatly from his experience and knowledge. Jeff has  been the most tremendous asset to CitySwitch signatories and to our team, helping  us to grow the program in achievements and reputation and rigour and relevance.  

You can stay in touch with Jeff via the CitySwitch Linkedin Group.

We wish him all the very best.



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