SCC NSW & ACT appoints new CEO

Monique Reynolds announced as Southern Cross Care NSW & ACT CEO.

Not-for-profit provider Southern Cross Care NSW & ACT has appointed interim chief executive officer Monique Reynolds (pictured above) as its new CEO.

After a completing a recruitment process that attracted more than 100 candidates, the SCC board determined Ms Reynolds – who has diverse experience in aged care, finance, property, and strategic business transformation – had the talent to take on the role.

Lawrence Hallinan

“Monique has demonstrated her superior skills, experience and energy. During her time as interim CEO, she has lifted the mood and performance at SCC in ways that have brought out the best in our staff,” said chair Lawrence Hallinan. “My promise to staff was that we would find a CEO who is worthy of working alongside them and of leading SCC. I know that in Monique we have found such a person.”

Ms Reynolds was offered the interim CEO role following Helen Emmerson’s resignation in September. She had been a member of the provider’s board from 2017 until shortly before that appointment.

Responding to the opportunity to lead the residential, aged care and retirement living provider, Ms Reynolds said: “I am excited to build on SCC’s successful 50-year legacy while also exploring the customer-centric ways to meet current and future needs.”

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