NatRoad gives CEO Warwick Ragg the flick

Warwick Ragg was appointed NatRoad CEO in February.

NatRoad gives CEO Warwick Ragg the flick
NatRoad is without a CEO after Warwick Ragg was dismissed from the position.


Warwick Ragg has been dumped as NatRoad CEO, only five months after being appointed to the role.

NatRoad announced Ragg's departure today "effective immediately", and will now begin the search for a replacement one month out from its annual conference.

Ragg came to NatRoad with more than 20 years’ experience in member-based industry associations, including 11 years as CEO of Australian Forest Growers.

"Whilst this situation is disappointing, the NatRoad executive firmly believes it is the right decision for the future of the association," NatRoad president Geoff Crouch says.

"It is important to note, the NatRoad secretariat remains committed to providing our members with the advice and ongoing support needed to assist with the running of their businesses."

Ragg’s appointment was only confirmed in January, with Crouch noting that over 50 candidates had applied for the role.

"I’d like to thank Warwick for his contribution during his time with NatRoad," Crouch says.



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