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SCA's youngest president steps up at ‘pivotal time’ 

Strata Community Association Australasia has elected Joshua Baldwin as president, replacing the outgoing Chris Duggan.

Mr Baldwin, 33, is the youngest president in the organisation’s history, having joined in 2013.

He previously served a six-year term as president of the SA/NT chapters, overseeing their merger, before being named VP of the national board.

He is also Munro Property Group’s principal and executive director. 

Mr Baldwin says he is “incredibly excited to commence the role at a pivotal time for our organisation and the industry”.

“Increasing SCA’s brand identity, delivering consistent standards of education, fostering a good working environment for our staff and volunteers, and building our ethical standards will be my priorities, and I’m rolling up my sleeves and setting to work straight away,” he said. “I have a lot of ideas and a great team of volunteers and staff around me to start implementing them.” 

SCA Australasia CEO Alisha Fisher has hailed Mr Baldwin’s appointment. 

“At just 33, Josh has already accumulated 13 years of experience in the strata industry, and his career journey of choosing and specialising in strata from the beginning of his career showcases an industry growing in stature and recognition,” she said. “He’s committed, he’s bright and he cares about the industry – I’m really looking forward to continuing to carry out the board and the organisation’s shared vision with him at the helm.”