Minda looks to ECH again for renewal
Long-time ECH aged care executive Hannah Murphy has been appointed Chief Financial Officer at Minda.
Murphy is the second executive to move over from ECH to Minda this year following Dr David Painter’s appointment as Minda CEO in January.
The disability service provider, the second largest employer in South Australia’s social services sector, has been undergoing an executive overhaul since the reported sackings of former CEO Kym Shreeve and Chief Operating Officer Jocelyn Graham in October last year.
Painter said the new CFO would have a “critical influence” in Minda’s “transformation” and credited Murphy for reshaping ECH from a “traditional” aged care provider into an “innovative leader”.
“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,” he said.
Murphy, an MBA and CPA graduate, has been with ECH since 2009 and was promoted to CFO in 2015.
She started her career with ECH in 2005 before moving over to the public sector for a short stint with Shared Services SA.
In her most recent role as ECH’s General Manager of Corporate Services, she has had responsibility for marketing, ICT, finance, people and culture, and the organisation's “digital transformation office”.