Nicole Nuttall, non-executive director at Goodyear India resigns | Autocar Professional

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Nicole Amanda Nuttall, a non-executive director with Goodyear India, submitted her resignation from the post on Thursday due to personal reasons and preoccupations.

“I wish to submit my resignation from the office of Director designated as non-executive Director of the company with effect from close of business hours on May 31, 2024, due to my personal reasons and preoccupations,” Nuttall wrote in her resignation letter to the company Board.

As per the latest available annual report of the company from FY23, Nuttall worked as an associate general counsel of Goodyear & Dunlop Tyres (Aust) Pty Ltd. Prior to that, she worked as a director compliance and ethics, Asia Pacific region. Nuttall has also been associated with Goodyear and Dunlop Tyres (Aust) Pty Ltd as legal counsel for a period of almost six years. Her area of expertise is legal and compliance. Furthermore, Nuttall has also worked with organizations such as GM Holden Ltd. and Home Wilkinson Lowry, The Royal Automobile Club of Queensland Limited, Lyons Solicitor and Ellison Moschella & Co. in the past in their legal department.

Nuttall holds a degree in Commerce from the University of Queensland and has also completed her law degree and diploma in legal practice from Queensland University of Technology. In July 2003, Nuttall was also admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland, her profile reads. 

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