Farewell Dennis Stokes

To: Members and First Nations Media Broadcasters

The First Nations Media Australia Board regrets to inform you that the current CEO Dennis Stokes has resigned as CEO of FNMA.

This is a decision that has not been an easy one but due to personal reasons, Dennis felt he could not commit 100% of his time to the role of CEO, and that he felt continuing in the role would not be in the best interests of the First Nations broadcasting, communications and media sector.

He wishes to convey to the sector that his resignation is not a reflection of the organisation or members but more as a reflection of what he needs from a personal and family point of view.

He says the reasons for his departure far outweigh the reasons to remain in the role as CEO.

"I wish you all well and have made some great contacts and friendships here and I am sure they will remain just that as the years will pass. I wish you all the best and am sure the great work you do will continue and you will make sure that the voices of First Nations Australians will continue to be heard."

Mr Stokes resignation as CEO became effective Tuesday, September 13.

FNMA Board appreciates this transparency from Dennis, we thank him for his dedication to the role and we wish him well in the next chapters of his career.

The board has begun the recruitment process for a new CEO. In the interim, FNMA's day-to-day operations will be managed by Chief Operations Officer, Jenni Nixon. 

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