Hannah Murphy has been announced as Minda’s Chief Finance Officer.
Minda Chief Executive, Dr David Panter, said Ms Murphy brings considerable digital transformation experience to her new role and will be providing leadership to Minda’s ICT services as part of her scope of responsibility.
“The CFO role has a critical influence in Minda’s transformation. Hannah has worked within the human services sector for more than two decades and her demonstrated track-record performing in a complex operating environment like ours made her the perfect executive choice,” Dr Panter said.
“In her most recent role as General Manager, Corporate Services at ECH she played a key role in helping the organisation transform from a ‘traditional’ aged care provider into one that is recognised as an innovation leader,” he said.
“Minda is a complex business in a complex environment, and Hannah’s focus will be on how we can best invest in our workforce, have fit-for-purpose systems and processes in place, and transform our operating model to ensure we remain competitive and relevant.”
Ms Murphy welcomed her appointment, saying “Minda is a well-known leader in the disability sector, and I am excited at the opportunity to help shape the future of such an iconic organisation and position it for ongoing success.”
Since 2019, Ms Murphy was General Manager of Corporate Services, with oversight of Marketing, Finance, ICT, People and Culture, Quality and Risk, and a Digital Transformation Office. Prior to that she was CFO for more than six years and three years as Manager Finance at ECH.
She is a CPA, with a Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Commerce from the University of South Australia.
She started in her new role as Minda’s Chief Financial Officer on Monday, 21 March 2022.