Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast (RDALC) is pleased to announce the appointment of two new board members, Rebecca Weller and Lachlan Haynes.
Rebecca Weller is an entrepreneur and community leader, with a wealth of board experience in tourism, economic growth and aboriginal development across the Northern Territory and South Australia. She owns and operates the Padthaway Caravan Park and is actively involved in her local community, serving as a Lieutenant with the CFS and Vice Chairperson of the local Progress Committee. Rebecca is committed to preserving the heritage of her community while advocating for regional business growth, employment, and health.
Lachlan Haynes is a fourth-generation farmer from the Naracoorte region, with an extensive background in mixed agriculture, agribusiness, and viticulture. He is heavily involved in the Naracoorte community, serving on several local groups, including the Naracoorte Health Advisory Council. Lachlan is passionate about improving regional business growth, employment, and health.
Evan Flint, Chair of the RDALC Board, said he was particularly pleased to welcome board members from the northern part of the region.
“With their extensive experience and local connections, Rebecca and Lachlan will be valuable additions to the Board and will collaborate with existing members Alan Richardson (Deputy Chair), Erika Vickery, Lew Parsons (Treasurer), Darren Turner, Jane Fetherstonhaugh, and Michael Millhouse to support the development of the Limestone Coast region,” said Mr Flint.
RDALC is part of a national network of organisations made up of local leaders who work across Government, business, and community groups to support economic development and provide real-time advice on critical regional development issues, opportunities, and challenges in their regions.
For more information, please contact:
Regional Development Australia Limestone Coast on (08) 8723 1057