Harvest Technology Group (HTG) - incoming non Executive Chairman, Jeffrey Sengelman
incoming non Executive Chairman, Jeffrey Sengelman
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  • Harvest Technology Group (HTG) has appointed Jeffrey Sengelman as the independent non-Executive Chairman, starting immediately
  • Jeffrey is a retired Major General in the Australian Defence Force, with a career spanning over 40 years
  • He has been a trusted senior advisor to both the Government and the Chief of Defence Force on national security issues
  • Managing Director Paul Guilfoyle is pleased to welcome Jeffrey and believes he’ll be key in leading strategic growth
  • Company shares closed at 10 per cent, trading for 16.5 cents each

Harvest Technology Group (HTG) has appointed Jeffrey Sengelman as the independent non-Executive Chairman, starting immediately.

Jeffrey is a retired Major General in the Australian Defence Force, with a career spanning over 40 years. Recently, he was the Special Operations Commander in Australia.

He has been a trusted senior advisor to both the Government and the Chief of Defence Force on national security issues. Additionally, Jeffrey was also a principal adviser on Counter-Terrorism.

Jeffrey has a Bachelor of Arts, a Master of Arts in International Relations and a Master of Arts in Strategic Studies. He is also a graduate from the Australian
Command and Staff College, United States Army War College and a Fellow of the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.

Managing Director Paul Guilfoyle is pleased to welcome Jeffrey to the team.

“His exceptional leadership experience, integrity and proven reputation for delivering world-class results under complex conditions will be a substantive and exciting addition to the Group,” he said.

“In particular, Jeffrey’s extensive national and international experience in security, defence and technology will guide and realise the company’s strategy for growth and development,” he added.

Harvest is up 10 per cent on the market this afternoon, selling shares for 16.5 cents each at market close.

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