Why is it that when we talk about aged care we don’t see young professionals at the table? Let's look at how the younger generation engages with the aged care industry.
Cynthia started her career in the earlier 90s as a registered nurse, at the age of 33 she became CEO of a For Profit aged care organisation. For the past 13 years Cynthia Payne has been CEO of SummitCare and gives back to the aged care community through by being involved in a variety of boards and Not For Profit organisations.
Ever wondered what the next step in your leadership journey could be? If you are a young professional (under 40) and intrigued about the idea of what involvement in a board in the aged or community care sector might look like, then I suggest you get in touch with the Emerging Leaders in Governance program.