GOCSA appoint new General Manager of Community and Corporate Services


The Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia (GOCSA) has announced Con Dalagiorgos as the new General Manager of Community and Corporate Services from December 4, 2023.

Mr Dalagiorgos joins the organisation with extensive business experience that spans over 30 years, during which he has administered and successfully performed in business development roles and compliance with a keen understanding of quality standard principles.

He brings a unique blend of passion, dedication and community spirit that will undoubtedly be a much-valued asset to GOCSA.

New General Manager of Community and Corporate Services, Con Dalagiorgos, at the GOCSA offices November 2023. Photo: GOCSA.

“The Administrative Council wishes to extend its gratitude to outgoing General Manager Nick Kyriazopoulos for his 15 years of service and commitment to the community,” Peter Gardiakos,
President of GOCSA
, said.

“We look forward to welcoming Con to our organisation and leveraging his decades of executive leadership, unique experience working with South Australia’s Greek and the broader community, and extensive knowledge of building strong, collaborative organisational cultures to improve performance.

GOCSA, as an organisation, is entering a very exciting time with a focus on becoming more relevant
in the community, and looking to play a larger role in engaging our youth and becoming more active
within the multicultural community of South Australia.”

Corporate Services, Con Dalagiorgos, with outgoing GM, Nick Kyriazopoulos.
Con Dalagiorgos, with outgoing General Manager, Nick Kyriazopoulos. Photo: GOCSA.

In his capacity as General Manager of Community and Corporate Services, Mr Dalagiorgos will focus on building a stronger community and on creating and implementing strategies that govern the day-to-day operational activities of GOCSA, ensuring effective and efficient systems and better management of the organisation’s resources. Con’s role will also be instrumental in assisting with the delivery of the GOCSA long-term strategic plan.

“I am very excited to be joining the Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia and having the opportunity to work with a fabulous group of staff and community members. I look forward to working closely with the Administrative Council in their quest to bring their vision and goals to reality,” Mr Dalagiorgos said.

“This dedicated group is working tirelessly to promote our rich Greek culture, Greek language and our Greek Orthodox faith with a focus on unity and long-term gains. I am proud and honoured to be part of this journey and look forward to working alongside everyone to realise our shared goals.

“What we do as a collective will help to shape the future of our Greek Community for generations to come. For this, it is so important that we all join as one and advance in strength.”




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