Rosina Hislop has been appointed Chair of South Australian aged care provider ECH (Enabling Confidence at Home).
Ms Hislop, who has served as ECH Deputy Chair for four years, takes over from Sue Vardon who has completed two terms in the role.
Ms Hislop is a national facilitator with the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) and serves on boards of organisations across aged care, education and health.
ECH Chief Executive Dr David Panter said Ms Hislop brings with her a wealth of business acumen and corporate governance expertise and would lead the organisation through its next phase of growth and transformation.
“Rosina is a successful and highly sought-after strategic thinker and accomplished Chair and Director, making her the ideal fit for the Chair role,” Dr Panter said.
Ms Hislop said she was pleased to continue to serve ECH and broader ageing care industry.
“ECH plays a crucial role in calling for and shaping industry change and I am looking forward to help set the strategic agenda” Ms Hislop said.
“We work well together and will maintain a collaborative approach to ensure ECH grows in a sustainable manner with the utmost focus on good corporate governance to promote self-determination and enable people to live confidently at home and have the best possible life as they age.”