Three senior staffers resign from ATA

Following the surprise resignation of ATA CEO Andrew McKellar earlier this week, after just five months in the job, another two directors have called time on their roles with the association.

Member services and corporate partnerships director Dean Seeley, and safety, health and wellbeing director Melissa Weller have both resigned from their roles at the Australian Trucking Association (ATA).

ATA Chair David Smith thanked McKellar, Seeley and Weller for their contributions to the organisation, saying they will leave in coming weeks.

“Andrew initiated the development of a new strategic plan and a governance review; Dean put in place the Daimler Truck and Bus Future Leaders’ Forum and the Teletrac Navman Driving Change Diversity Program; Melissa created the SafeT360 education program,” the ATA said in its latest e-newsletter.

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