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Introducing The Infants' Home's new CEO

- April 12, 2017

The Infants' Home welcomed new CEO Elizabeth Robinson with an All Staff Easter Morning Tea

The Infants' Home is pleased to introduce our new CEO, Elizabeth Robinson.

Elizabeth was chosen after a comprehensive recruitment process conducted by the Board that generated tremendous interest and many high quality candidates to select from. Elizabeth will commence at The Infants’ Home on Monday 3rd July.

Elizabeth enjoyed a Welcome Easter Morning Tea with staff today as a first chance to meet and chat with staff across our Centres and Administration units. Everyone enjoyed platters of fruit, cheese, hot cross buns and apple pastries in our old dining room, which was decorated with bunting made by volunteers and fresh flowers from our gardens. Elizabeth was able to meet with members of our Board and staff from our early education centres, family day care services as well as allied health and administration teams.

   

Joint Acting CEO's Joan Wilson (left) and Lynn Farrell(right) with Elizabeth Robinson (centre)

About Elizabeth

Elizabeth’s career in early childhood education and care spans twenty years. From 1997 to 2011 she promoted quality assurance in children’s education and care services at the former National Childcare Accreditation Council (NCAC). Continuing her career as an advocate for education, from 2012 to 2017 Elizabeth served as the CEO of the Australian Institute of Training and Development (AITD), the leading non-profit membership association for training, learning and organisational development professionals. Elizabeth holds a range of qualifications including a Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts, Bachelor of Laws and a Master of Business Administration. She holds memberships with Community Child Care NSW, the Law Society of NSW and the Australian Institute of Company Directors. We hope you will join us in welcoming Elizabeth to The Infants’ Home when she commences in July.

     

 

 

 

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