Clough Vice President for Strategy and Development, Carl Titchmarsh, has recently been appointed as Non-Executive Director for Solaris Cancer Care.
Solaris Cancer Care is a community-based healthcare organisation that supports people affected by all types of cancer, through every stage of treatment and life after treatment. Their purpose is to “help people affected by cancer to live well.” This year is the 20th anniversary in offering support, information, education, and complementary therapies to cancer patients and their primary carers.
Carl has been a long-time supporter of Solaris Cancer Care, having lost his mother to cancer. Though this directorship, Carl brings his diverse background to assist in delivering valuable services to their patients, carers, and families.
Prior to his time at Clough, Carl served in the British Army touring Afghanistan and Iraq and has more than 20 years of experience managing projects, large teams and business units. His experience spans various industries and infrastructure. Carl has worked in roles across engineering, construction, consulting and government, having managed complex projects including high-profile, multi-discipled site enhancements with high public interest.
Carl joined Clough in 2017 and is currently responsible for strategy and development of Clough’s APAC region, identifying and targeting projects and business growth opportunities that are consistent with the company’s purpose and vision.
Additionally, Carl is a Fellow of the CEO Institute and an Association of Project Management Professional. He is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors course and currently sits on the Executive Committee of the Chamber of Minerals and Energy, AmCham Energy and Resources Committee and Construction Contractors Association.
Learn more about Solaris Cancer Care here: https://solariscancercare.org.au/.
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