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October 29th, 2019
The Surveying & Spatial Sciences Institute held its 11th Annual General

During the Annual General Meeting, Dr. Zaffar Sadiq Mohamed-Ghouse was reelected as President of SSSI Australia for 2019-2020, stepping into the role for the second term after a successful tenure in 2018-2019. Paul Digney was confirmed as President-Elect 2019-20. SSSI National Office 27-29 Napier Close, Deakin PO Box 307, Deakin West ACT 2600 Australia T +61 2 6282 2282 F +61 2 6282 2576E support@sssi.org.au W sssi.org.au

Michael Grear was appointed as a new Director from South Australia, Dr Lesley Arnold from Western Australia and Nick Brown elected to fill a casual vacancy in Australian Capital Territory. Continuing Board members are Richard Syme from Victoria, Lee Hellen from Queensland, Rob Sarib from the Northern Territory Wayne Patterson from New South Sales, Paul Digney from Tasmania and Roshni Sharma as Young Professionals Observer.

Dr Zaffar Sadiq Mohamed-Ghouse thanked the outgoing Directors of the 018-19 Board: Franco Rea from a South Australia, Kerry Smyth from Western and Richard Cullen of the Hydrography Commission. Congratulating Board Members on their new positions, SSSI COO, Anna Palathinkal also thanked outgoing members for their service to the Board.

The annual report for 2018/2019 can be found on SSSI Website. Wednesday 25 October 2019

For more information contact Anna Palathinkal, SSSI Chief Operating Officer, on

+61 (0)2 6282 2282.