Greyhound Racing NSW (GRNSW) appointed Robert Macaulay as the organization’s new Chief Executive Officer.
Macaulay has been Legal Counsel for GRNSW for the past 3½ years and has been acting as interim CEO since Tony Mestrov announced his resignation to take on the role of CEO at NRL club Manly Warringah.
“Rob has worked alongside and assisted Mestrov for several years and that has given him great knowledge of the organization and the industry,” GRNSW Chairman John Williams said.
Macaulay has served GRNSW as Company Secretary for several years and has also acted as GRNSW’s legal advisor.
“He knows the tasks in front of us – and the opportunities for continuing commercial growth of the wider industry to deliver increasing returns to the participants,” Williams added.
Macaulay said: “It is a great honor to be appointed to the role of CEO and continue the great work of the management team at GRNSW.
“I am especially pleased to have been a part of the journey that has so far delivered transformation on re-homing and welfare initiatives while at the same time supporting the livelihoods of thousands of participants who enjoy this sport in NSW through prizemoney and enjoyment.”
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