Lynette Moore implemented many improvements during her tenure, president says.
Alzheimer’s Australia Victoria has announced the resignation of Lynette Moore as its CEO.
After 13 years working with the organisation, Moore said she was proud of her achievements.
“I am even more proud of what our dedicated staff and volunteers have achieved during that time; better and more support for people with dementia and their families and carers; improved quality of care in the aged care and health sectors and getting dementia risk reduction started.
“However, much remains to be done and I am hopeful that at both state and federal government levels dementia will be accorded a greater priority,” she said.
The organisation’s president, David Galbally, said Moore oversaw many improvements during her tenure.
“After more than 13 years we have much for which to thank Lynette. Through her many years of commitment and service to Alzheimer’s Australia Victoria, Lynette has overseen extraordinary growth and improvements in our organisation and she leaves it well-placed to continue meeting our important objectives.”
Moore will continue on through an extended transition period to 5 July before taking up her new role with another not-for-profit organisation allowing time for the Alzheimer’s Australia Vic board to identify and recruit a new CEO, the organisation said in a statement.Do you have an idea for a story?
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