General managers, program managers and service managers across the organisation report to members of the executive team.
Interim Chief Executive Officer
Tracy has previous experience working in both Marketing and Human Resources at local organisations, including Albury Wodonga Health and Mars Petcare. Tracy thrives on building strategy and organisational direction and has the ability to translate, engage and empower teams to adopt and implement the vision. She has a passion for community engagement and its opportunity to deliver for all, irrespective of culture, geographic or socio-economic challenges.
Chief Financial Officer
Deb is the Chief Financial Officer at Gateway Health. She oversees the Finance, Infrastructure and Information Technology teams, providing fundamental business services to support the organisation. Deb is a strategic and analytical leader with a strong background in the financial management of not-for-profits, who believes that everyone in our local communities should be able to access safe health services, and feel welcomed into these irrespective of their diversity or choice.
Executive Director, Integrated Care
Simon joined Gateway Health in 2022 as the Executive Director, Integrated Care to help maximise the impact of Gateway Health’s service delivery across the region. Simon holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Critical Care Nursing and a Master of Business Administration. He has worked across a broad range of roles including those as a clinician, management roles in large commercial businesses, and as an executive member in Health Care. A values-driven professional, Simon has a passion not only for delivering great outcomes across the community as a whole, but also for implementing processes to ensure each person who accesses a service has the best possible experience.
Executive Director, Population Health, Planning & Performance
Jacki is a highly experienced health executive and brings significant expertise in leadership, strategic planning and organisational performance management systems. Jacki has a track record in leading successful teams and driving quality improvement. Jacki is passionate about the need for accessible primary healthcare, early intervention services and population health approaches to address the social and environmental determinants of health, reduce inequity and improve health and wellbeing outcomes in rural and regional communities. Working in partnership with individuals, communities and organisations, particularly those disproportionately affected by climate change and disaster, to mitigate the mental and physical health impacts, ensure preparedness and trauma-informed recovery is a key area of focus in Jacki’s current role.
Acting Executive Director, People & Innovation