We are excited to announce the appointment of Caitriona Circosta as Chief Financial Officer.
Caitriona commenced with us in February and is the newest member of our Executive Leadership Team, operating in a national capacity to support Essences’ growth strategy.
Caitriona brings extensive financial leadership experience in delivering strategic and commercial business solutions to maximise business performance, gained from global organisations spanning her 20+ years of finance experience.
Caitriona is responsible for supporting the Managing Director and State General Managers to proactively steer the financial direction of our company to support our national growth. With a focus on collaboration, she has a successful track record in leading high-performing finance individuals to partner with the business seamlessly.
Personally, Caitriona is an avid hiker, loves travel and good food, and enjoys building and renovating properties. Caitriona holds a Bachelor of Commerce (double majors in Business and Marketing), a Bachelor of Accounting, is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants ANZ and holds a post-graduate degree in Advanced Leadership.
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