ACSA CEO, Greg Mundy
Aged and Community Services Australia (ACSA) CEO Greg Mundy will continue in the role until 2011 after agreeing to a new three-year contract.
Mr Mundy has been the CEO of ACSA since October 2000 and before that he worked as a senior executive in the Victorian Department of Human Services.
He told Australian Ageing Agenda that he looked forward to meeting the challenges of the “next wave” of aged and community care reform.
“In the next three years we need to put the industry on a more sustainable footing, work through the next wave of community care reform and recognise the increasing importance of appropriate housing for older people,” said Mr Mundy.
ACSA is a national peak body that represents over 1200 church, charitable and community-based organisations providing accommodation and care services to older people, people with a disability and their carers.