No job can last forever and for Canterbury Bulldogs CEO Raelene Castle, she has made a decision to resign from the role at the end of the 2017 season.
Citing a desire to seek a new challenge in her career, she praised the club for the work and commitment they showed over her four-year tenure in the role.
“I have loved every moment of my time at the Bulldogs and after four years in the role, the time is now right to look for my next challenge,” said Castle. I wish the Club and the team every success for the future.”
“I wish the Club and the team every success for the future.”
“I am pleased that together with the Board we could give the Club leadership continuity and a professional transition to new leadership.”
Bulldogs Chairman Ray Dib praised Castle’s efforts over the course of her four years in charge and is grateful at the early notice that will enable the club to search for a new CEO.
“Raelene has made a significant contribution over the last four years,” said Dib.
“She has strengthened all areas of the Club and will leave us in a strong position for the new Chief Executive to take over.”
“We are appreciative of her professionalism in signalling this early enough for us to find a replacement in time for next season.”