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Community Vision appoints new CEO

Michelle Jenkins has been appointed as Community Vision's new CEO and will commence in the role on 25 July. Community Vision is a not-for-profit organization providing support services to people of all ages and abilities in the northern suburbs of Perth.
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Michelle brings both not-for-profit and corporate experience to the role including experience in training, financial services and leadership development.

Michelle has a Master degree in Business Leadership, a qualification in Home and Community Care and is passionate about people development and consumers having greater choice and control over their lives and services.

In particular, Michelle recently responded to the Department of Health and Ageing on the proposed Aged Care principles, offering support for providers and outlining the impact significant industry changes will have on consumers.

Michelle joins Community Vision at an important time, with a raft of changes underway and more to come for WA as it begins the transition to the Commonwealth model of service delivery in both aged care and disability sectors.

Michelle will be working to position Community Vision as a market leader in this space and looking to support the consumers’ choice.

“I am looking forward to the opportunities to revitalize the services that Community Vision provides and educating consumers on the choices available to them.” Michelle says.

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