Aged care provider Anglicare Sydney has announced executive and board-level strategy and digital transformation advisor Simon Miller as incoming CEO.

Mr Miller, who is managing director and senior partner at Boston Consulting Group, has been advising boards and executives on strategy, growth, digital transformation, artificial intelligence, advanced analytics, mergers and acquisitions for over 14 years.

At BCG, he has most recently led the artificial intelligence and advanced analytics business across the Asia Pacific region and previously served a short term on secondment as first assistant secretary in the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

Earlier in his career, Mr Miller spent 11 years in New South Wales State Government with roles including deputy director-general of the water and energy department, policy director to the premier and the treasurer’s chief of staff.

In addition to an arts degree, Mr Miller holds master degrees in business administration and public affairs and is studying for another in divinity.

His appointment, which begins on 7 February, follows long-standing CEO Grant Millard announcing his intention to stand down in May.

Mr Miller was selected to replace him due to his personal alignment with Anglicare’s vision, mission and values, his extensive experience in people management and his strategic business acumen, Anglicare Sydney said in a statement.

Greg Hammond

Mr Miller said he was attracted to the organisation’s 160-year history serving the city for Christ as well as the future opportunities.

“The way that we can continue to deepen and extend the way we love the city in the name of Christ is really exciting, and I’m really looking forward to the challenge and opportunity of doing that,” he said.

Anglican Community Services chairman Greg Hammond, who announced Mr Miller’s appointment in a statement, thanked Mr Millard for his service and leadership.

“Grant’s passion is for servant leadership. His strength in faith is absolute. His humility, compassion, and commitment to serving our clients have guided Anglicare Sydney through some bountiful times and also some challenging times,” Mr Hammond said.

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