Glenview Community Services CEO resigns

Lucy O’Flaherty has left Tasmanian aged care provider Glenview Community Services after 10 years as CEO.

Lucy O’Flaherty has stepped down as CEO of Tasmanian aged care provider Glenview Community Services after a decade at the helm.

Ms O’Flaherty oversaw the development and opening of the organisation’s specialist dementia facility Korongee Village in Glenorchy in Hobart’s north.

The village, which was developed in partnership with industry super fund HESTA and Social Ventures Australia, opened its doors in July 2020.

It includes 12 houses in four cul-de-sacs, a community centre, salon, general store and a wellness centre.

Glenview Community Services board chair Craig Andrikonis said Ms O’Flaherty made the decision to leave and he thanked her for her service.

“The board would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge and thank Lucy for her years of service and wish her well in her future career path,” Mr Andrikonis said in a statement.

The board has appointed Glenview Community Services executive manager of corporate services Kirsten Robertson as acting CEO, he said.

The organisation will commence the search for a new CEO shortly.

Main image: Lucy O’Flaherty.

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