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Margaret Lam Steps Back from CCLSA Presidency

Dr Margaret Lam will stand down from the positions of National President and New South Wales President of the Cornea and Contact Lens Society of Australia (CCLSA) at the organisation’s November annual general meeting.

In a letter to CCLSA members Dr Lam, who was recently appointed National President of Optometry Australia (OA), stated that her resignation is part of CCLSA’s established succession planning.

Dr Lam, who was recently appointed National President of Optometry Australia (OA), stated that her resignation is part of CCLSA’s established succession planning

“It has been an absolute honour and pleasure to serve the CCLSA and its members as president, for an extended period of almost four years, to help see us through the challenges imposed on us by COVID,” Dr Lam said in the announcement.

During her term as president, CCLSA restructured its board, and developed and implemented a new MEMBES association management system and associated website portal.

Dr Lam expressed her gratitude for the CCLSA’s secretariat, association specialists, the webinar and conference organisers Corporate Communique, as well as the board and members.

“I have every confidence that the CCLSA remains in excellent hands and will continue to deliver what our members need and desire on all fronts,” she said.

Dr Lam will continue to serve on the national board as a vice president and on the NSW state committee, while focusing on her role as OA national president.