• Libby Craft

    Chief Executive Officer (Commenced 2006), B. Soc Work (Hons), MBA, GAICD

    Libby was appointed to the position of CEO in January 2006. She has over 30 years’ experience in human services having worked in direct service provision, advocacy, policy, research and community development within State and Federal Governments and the community sector. Libby is also the Chair of Wesley Social Enterprises Inc.

  • Andrew Zeuner

    Executive Manager Business Services (Commenced 2001), CPA, MBA, B. Economics

    Andrew has over 20 years’ experience in finance and business development. He is the Executive Manager Business Services at UnitingSA, where he is responsible for the portfolios of finance, administration and information services. Andrew is also the Treasurer of Wesley Social Enterprises Inc.

  • Claire Hogarth

    Executive Manager People and Culture (Commenced 2015), Grad Dip HRM

    Claire is an experienced human resources professional with over 15 years’ experience across the private, government and not-for-profit sectors. Prior to joining UnitingSA, Claire served in various HR roles for medium to large companies across industries including manufacturing, wine, utilities and health. She also possesses experience working in the government vocational education training sector.

  • Ben Moore

    Executive Manager Property and Housing (Commenced 2019), Post Grad Dip Housing Management and Policy

    Ben commenced his role overseeing Property and Housing at UnitingSA in December 2019. He has over 20 years’ experience in the community services sector and was previously Head of Housing at Anglicare. Ben holds an essential role in growing UnitingSA Housing’s portfolio as well as leading our major property and aged care developments.

  • Stuart Boyd

    Executive Manager Strategy and Service Improvement (Commenced 2017), Dip YW, Grad Cert Soc Plan

    Stuart leads the development of UnitingSA's strategic planning, capacity and performance improvement. He has more than 25 years' experience in human services and organisational planning and delivery. He has worked in a variety of settings including Local and State Government, private industry, the community sector and in tertiary education.

  • Margie Fahy

    Executive Manager Community Services (Commenced 2018), B. Communication, Grad Dip Psych

    Margie has over 10 years’ experience in the development and delivery of national health, education and community sector programs. Margie is an experienced Senior Manager, having worked in both domestic and international roles in State Government and national non-government agencies. At UnitingSA, Margie plays a pivotal role in the delivery of high quality community services to people across SA.

  • Sue Krake

    Executive Manager Aged Care

    Sue has been with UnitingSA since April 2018 and holds the position of Executive Manager Aged Care. Sue’s professional profile highlights extensive experience working within the Health industry and over the past 12 years, in the Aged Care Industry. Sue has broad knowledge of Industry legislation, Accreditation, compliance processes, risk management and service delivery. Sue has over 30 years of experience working in both the private and public health sectors, and has extensive experience in planning, developing and delivering strategy in line with business objectives resulting in positive outcomes for residents, clients, consumers and individuals in Aged Care.

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