05 Jul '11, 9pm

After 27 years, Deirdre Moss will be stepping down as executive director of SPCA:

SINGAPORE - After 27 years of lobbying for animal welfare, Ms Deirdre Moss - the face of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) - will be stepping down as its executive director on Aug 1. That role will be taken up by Ms Corrine Fong, 47, a financial advisory representative. Ms Moss, 59, said her initial plan was to retire but is in discussions with SPCA's management committee to remain at the society as a freelance consultant and adviser. "I'm still deciding what I'm going to do next but I'm leaving on a positive note. Things are coming up for animal welfare - many groups and individuals are working in tandem with the Government to improve the environment," she said. SPCA chairman Carla Barker said the change comes as part of the organisation's succession planning, which was initiated when Ms Moss informed the management committee of her pending retir...

Full article: http://www.todayonline.com/Singapore/EDC110706-0000271/Fo...

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