Robyn Hunter is the new Chief Executive Officer at Mind Australia - Fisher Leadership

Robyn Hunter is the new Chief Executive Officer at Mind Australia

Robyn Hunter is the new Chief Executive Officer at Mind Australia. With 25 years of management experience, Robyn’s career spans senior roles in corporate strategy and planning, operational management, project management and health service management, Robyn was previously the CEO of Multiple Sclerosis Limited, a position she held since March 2013 when she was promoted from Chief Operating Officer.  Robyn provided leadership for 269 MS team members across 19 sites, in addition to 4,200 volunteers across four states. With the organisation providing services for 14,500 registered clients Robyn led a program of transformation to meet the emerging needs from the NDIS environment.  Robyn worked to reposition the service model and plan staff number requirements to align with the phase out of government funding agreements.  With Robyn having been the CEO the organisation achieved financial stability, developed new sources of income and achieved increased fundraising income.

Prior to this Robyn undertook a project with equityhealth, a joint venture of St Vincent’s Hospital and Forensicare, to respond to a RFT issued by the Department of Justice for correctional health services across Victoria.  Previously Robyn had a senior executive career with Medibank Private Limited (MPL) that spanned ten years, culminating in the position of National Manager, Ancillary and Medical Services.  During 2007 Robyn undertook a secondment as Privatisation Manager for 12 months where she was accountable for leading the privatisation project (sale of MPL by IPO) and key stakeholder management.  Previous experience in MPL included corporate strategy, national operational management, and services strategy and hospital, medical and ancillary preferred provider contract management.  Robyn’s earlier career encompassed management of rehabilitation service delivery and ten years clinical experience as a physiotherapist in Australia and Canada.

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