genU board chair Ingrid Williams

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New Board Chair to lead genU into a bright future

Ingrid Williams has been appointed the new Chair of genU’s Board of Directors following Dr Michael Stanford’s resignation from the Board, with Jan O’Keefe stepping into the Deputy Chair role.

Our genuine impact highlighted in Annual Report

Infrastructure investment and strategic mergers have underpinned genU’s growing national impact in the past year despite a challenging operating environment.

St Laurence Park redevelopment focuses Lara investment

Lara’s St Laurence Park retirement village will more than double in size under major redevelopment plans by genU.

Costa House transfers to dedicated aged care specialist

Costa House in Lara will transfer to Respect Group Limited (Respect), with genU selling its only residential aged care service to the dedicated provider.

Specialist childcare provider to take over Pipsqueaks

Lara early learning centre Pipsqueaks is set to become a Jenny’s Early Learning Centre, with genU selling its only childcare service to the specialist regional provider.

A 20-year collaboration is good for business and creating jobs

Through its 20-year partnership with genU Business Enterprises, Caronlab has contributed to the creation of countless Supported Employment opportunities for people with disability.

Disability advocate Patrick Eadington’s impact to grow

Disability advocate Patrick Eadington is the face of a new campaign highlighting Li-Ve Tasmania and genU uniting as one and joins genU in an important role.

Former Tasmanian Premier David Bartlett joins genU Board

David Bartlett, former Premier of Tasmania, will transition from the Li-Ve Tas Board Chair position to the genU Board to build on the strong Tasmanian voice and extend this nationally.

Li-Ve Tasmania and genU formally unite

Disability support provider Li-Ve Tasmania has formally united with genU, creating new opportunities for Tasmanians with disability.

genU to welcome Li-Ve Tasmania leaders to the team

Li-Ve Tasmania CEO, Darren Mathewson and Supported Independent Living Manager, Sonya Fisher will join genU to provide stability for Tasmanian clients.