appointments strategise for AGL new energy future

AGL Energy Limited (AGL) has announced three executive appointments following the organisation’s restructure in April.

Appointed to the newly created role of executive general manager, stakeholder relations is Jeni Coutts, who has extensive experience across a broad range of industries including utilities, infrastructure, transport, telecommunications, IT, chemicals, pharmaceuticals and health in major corporations such as Citipower, Transurban, Siemens Limited, and Hoechst.

The executive general manager, people and culture role was filled by Daniel Cram who joined AGL in 2007. Mr Cram has more than 20 years’ experience in human resources at large organisations, encompassing industrial and employee relations, business strategy execution, remuneration and organisational change.

Paul McWilliams, company secretary, decided to leave AGL after more than 11 years with the company following this year’s Annual General Meeting to be held in September. Effective October 1, John Fitzgerald will be appointed to the role of company secretary and will lead the Secretariat team.

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