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CHL APPOINTS NEW STATE MANAGERS IN SA & TAS

CHL APPOINTS NEW STATE MANAGERS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA AND TASMANIA

The recent increase in housing stock and expansion of service delivery both in South Australia and Tasmania, has led to Community Housing Ltd (CHL) appointing new State Managers in these two States.

Melissa Palframan and Wendy Scullen have been appointed to lead the teams in Tasmania and South Australia respectively.

In making the announcement, CHL’s Managing Director Steve Bevington said, “I am particularly delighted that, with the appointment of Melissa Palframan and Wendy Scullen, we are able to reinforce the number of women in our senior executive team.  The different perspectives and professional expertise they will bring to the team can only help to boost the level of creativity and innovation that are key to accelerating our growth strategy.

Melissa has been with CHL for over 7 years and has contributed to CHL’s mission in a range of roles with housing and homelessness culminating in her leading quality assurance and the development of policy within Corporate Services.

Prior to that she has worked in the fields of domestic violence for 11 years in which she supported women and children escaping domestic violence, predominately from CALD backgrounds.

Wendy has worked in the community housing for the past 4 years with previous experience in various state government departments. As the CEO of The Women’s Housing Association, she led the organisation to a merger with Junction Housing to create Junction and Women’s Housing which is now the second largest organisation in SA, after successfully winning a number of recent tenders.

Prior to that, Wendy managed the Client Services arm of Guide Dogs SA.NT who provided case management and support services to clients who were vision or hearing impaired.

Melissa has started in her new role whereas Wendy will commence from 15th January 2015.

 

For more information contact: Preeti Daga    e preeti.daga@chl.org.au

www.chl.org.au

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