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Hepatitis Queensland Welcomes New CEO

Posted 14 September, 2022
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Last month Hepatitis Queensland (HQ) welcomed new Chief Executive Officer, Angela Uilderks. Angela will lead the HQ team and drive initiatives to improve liver health for Queenslanders.

Angela joins us from her former role as Chief Operating Officer of the Southern Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust (Vic), where she was responsible for the development and execution of organisational strategies to drive positive outcomes for a highly multi-cultural community.

Angela has forged her career in the not-for-profit space, and more recently has successfully driven integrated strategies to de-stigmatise sectors, improve brand positioning, increase organisational relevance via innovative value offerings, and in turn, ensured long-term organisational financial sustainability.

With a strong social conscience, Angela has also served as a Board Member for an organisation that provides accommodation and social support services to children, youth and families experiencing homelessness.

Angela says she is “delighted to be joining Hepatitis Queensland as CEO and is honoured to work with the dedicated HQ Board and high calibre team to deliver positive community outcomes in the viral hepatitis and liver health space.”

We’re sure that Angela’s experience will build on the strong legacy of Hepatitis Queensland, increasing our impact and driving positive change. The Board and staff are excited to work with Angela, to build on past successes and continue to drive towards better liver health for Queenslanders.


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