Article Title:Price resigns from NZAF
Category:New Zealand Daily News
Author or Credit:GayNZ.com News Staff
Published on:1st April 2004 - 12:00 pm
Published by:GayNZ.com
Story ID:2273
Text:Kerry Price, the NZAF's gay men's health manager, has announced his resignation from the Foundation. He says the decision has not been easy after a lengthy involvement with the NZAF in one capacity or another, but his interests have always been with the broader public health approach. He leaves the NZAF on April 29 to become lifestyles and settings manager for Auckland Regional Public Health. “The timing is right, both for my next career step and for the Foundation,” he says. “Now that [new executive director] Rachael [LeMesurier] has settled into her new position and the work programme and new structure for my team has been established it is time for me to move to the next stage of my career journey. “I leave behind a strong, committed, passionate and talented group of individuals. A group of individuals whom I feel very proud to have had the privilege of working with.” The NZAF has yet to publicly respond to Price's resignation or indicate how the vacant position will be filled, though Douglas Jenkin of the Awhina Centre in Wellington is understood to be moving to Auckland to join the GMH unit at the Foundation's head office.    
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