City of Perth down half its senior executive team

The City of Perth is down two senior executives in three months after the local governments’ general manager for community development quit this week.

Staff at the City were notified on Wednesday that Anne Banks-McAllister – who covers the areas of marketing, customer experience, activation, and community services, safety, and amenity – would be leaving after 19 months in the job.

The City of Perth’s executive team of four general managers has halved with Chris Kopec and Anne Banks-McAllister both quitting in the past past three months. Jayson Miragliotta and Bill Parker remain. 

The City of Perth’s executive team of four general managers has halved with Chris Kopec and Anne Banks-McAllister both quitting in the past past three months. Jayson Miragliotta and Bill Parker remain. Credit:City of Perth

Ms Banks-McAllister, who declined to comment, was the first of four new general managers hired at the local government after a complete turnover of senior staff following the suspension of the City of Perth council in 2018.

She is the second to quit after infrastructure general manager Chris Kopec in November, who was one year into the job, following the hiring of new chief executive Michelle Reynolds in April and the election of a new council in October.

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