Last updated on: March 4, 2021 at 12:44 pm
The RAA General Meeting is fast approaching. On Monday 29 March, you’ll get the chance to have your say about the future of South Australia’s largest membership organisation.
At the meeting, Eligible Members can vote on a suite of changes to the RAA Constitution. These changes aim to protect our future by ensuring we have a robust and flexible governance structure in place, the appropriate mix of skills within our Board of Directors and can embrace more modern ways of engaging with members – giving those in regional areas more of a voice.
To learn more about the proposed changes, one of RAA’s long-standing members, Naomi Eadon, sat down with RAA President Peter Siebels to discuss what they will mean for her and more than 765,000 other South Australians.
You can watch the conversation through the videos below.
For further information about the changes, and how you can have your say, head to www.raa.com.au/voteraa so you can make an informed vote on March 29.