Amber Williams appointed as new Resolution Institute CEO

Amber Williams appointed as new Resolution Institute CEO
Amber Williams appointed as new Resolution Institute CEO

Sydney and Wellington, November 28 2019 – Resolution Institute is delighted to announce the appointment of Amber Williams as its new Chief Executive Officer.

Amber succeeds long-standing Chief Executive Fiona Hollier in this role. The Board of Directors of Resolution Institute made the announcement, adding that Amber’s appointment followed an extensive search across Australia and New Zealand and a rigorous interview process.

An experienced executive with a diverse background in both the private and public sectors across numerous industries, Amber was most recently the Chief Executive Officer of the New South Wales Law Enforcement Conduct Commission, leading the implementation of that Agency. Prior to that Amber was Chief Human Resources Officer for the New South Wales Department of Justice.

Her responsibilities included the operational delivery of significant business projects, government reforms and workplace changes across the Justice Cluster of Agencies and providing high level advice and support to the Department Secretary and Ministers. Before joining the NSW Government, Amber held several roles within the Fast Moving Consumer Goods industry.

Speaking on behalf of the Board, Gary Ulman, Chair of the Resolution Institute Board of Directors said, “We are confident that Amber’s professional experience and expertise will promote the future success of Resolution Institute.

We were impressed with Amber’s leadership skills in fostering teamwork, designing strategy, overseeing sound governance and implementing operational excellence. We believe these skills will enable Amber to engage effectively with members, to grow member services and expand the profile of Resolution Institute and dispute resolution within the community.”

“I am truly honoured to lead this incredible organisation and to be given the opportunity to nurture and grow Resolution Institute into the premier industry association in the region,” said Williams. “I look forward to working closely with the members of the Board, our members, as well as the talented team at Resolution Institute. I am fully committed to spearheading its next stage of growth by exploring new avenues, while remaining focused on providing the best value for our members and championing the use of dispute resolution.”

About Resolution Institute

Resolution Institute is the largest dispute resolution membership organisation across Australia and New Zealand, with over 3000 mediators, arbitrators, adjudicators, conciliators, restorative practitioners and other dispute resolution professionals as its members. It supports its members through providing educational tools, networking opportunities and access to robust accreditation and grading systems.

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