Scalabrini Village Senior Leadership Team

Chief Executive Officer

Elaine Griffin

Elaine has extensive leadership experience in the design and delivery of strategic people, learning and culture solutions in the private, public and not for profit sectors in both the United Kingdom and Australia. She has held senior HR leadership roles within the aged care industry including UnitingCare and Catholic HealthCare and is passionate about translating organisational strategy into aligned and practical business and HR solutions. Elaine has worked with Boards, executives and teams to deliver transformational change through people.

Elaine has a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) and HR tertiary qualifications with the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development in the UK. Elaine also holds a Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment.

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Chief Financial Officer

Natalie Scott

Director of People, Learning and Culture

Kate Sellick

Kate leads the People Learning and Culture team at Scalabrini, whose purpose is to connect our diverse groups of talented employees to our residents, their families, volunteers and communities in a workplace where people learn and grow.

With a strong background in Health and Aged Care, Kate is a passionate champion of the people and an advocate for demonstrating that aged care is a nursing and leadership specialism, she has successfully (with others) achieved national recognition and awards for creativity across employee engagement and leadership development programs.

Formerly the People and Communications Director at Estia and serving 5 years as the HR Director at Bupa Aged Care, Kate has also completed a number of consulting roles at Opal, Uniting Care Ageing and Pulse Health.

Possessing a degree in Business and Economics, post graduate Diplomas in Education and HR and with over 20 years’ experience in HR, across the UK and Australia, Kate’s specialisms include communications, employee engagement, business transformation, workforce transition, leadership development, talent management and enterprise bargaining.

Director of Clinical Governance and Quality | L and D Manager

Tracey Osmond

Tracey Osmond has been a Registered Nurse for over 30 years with broad experience in clinical, educational, and senior executive roles which include:

  • Director Clinical Governance and Quality, Scalabrini Village (2017 to present)
  • Aged Care Consultant and L and D Manager, ARV (2015-2016)
  • Director Clinical Excellence, Governance and Research, UnitingCare Ageing NSW.ACT (2012-2014)
  • CEO of The College of Nursing (2007-2012) where she was instrumental in the successful merger of TCON and RCNA to create the Australian College of Nursing
  • Director Education Services, The College of Nursing (2004-2007)

Tracey’s educational practice has spanned all facets of nurse education from clinical education, continuing education, curriculum design and development and postgraduate education. She sees the key to good patient/client outcomes is a well-educated, adaptive and continuously developing healthcare workforce that embraces evidence-based practice and innovation.

Village Manager, Allambie Heights

Michael Diaz

Michael is a skilled executive with more than 20 years of progressive business experience. He has spent a considerable amount of time developing skills in implementing and controlling administrative procedures in a range of sectors including the Aged Care Industry, and exploring strategic issues connected with the business. Michael has an engineering background with a Bachelor of Industrial Engineering and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from Macquarie University.

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Acting Village Manager, Bexley

Cheryl Shields

Village Manager, Drummoyne

Andi Richardson

Andi is a compassionate, competent and visionary Aged Care Leader. She is passionate about Dementia and Palliative care and enabling residents’ wellbeing through person centred approaches to care involving residents and their families. She takes pride in developing strong teams ensuring that people grow and develop their capabilities and are highly engaged in their roles.

Andi has held multiple managerial positions in aged care and comes to us with extensive experience in leading Culture Change in the aged care sector. With a driving passion for change, she has been instrumental in her past working experiences in taking residents, staff and families on a journey to help them move and evolve into a very different and rewarding person centred living and working environment.

Having worked as a Clinical Nurse Consultant for several years in the private hospital system, Andi brings with her, significant clinical nursing experience. She is a Registered Nurse, a Registered Midwife and has been accepted into commencing a PhD in Philosophy focusing on Palliative Care in people living with Dementia.

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Village Manager, Chipping Norton

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Village Manager, Griffith

Elizabeth Harpley

Elizabeth is a Registered Nurse who has worked in the Aged Care Industry for past 27 years.
During this time Elizabeth performed a variety of roles which included being a member of the Aged Care Assessment Team and the Specialist Mental Health for Older Persons pilot scheme.
Elizabeth was the Facility Manager at the Griffith Nursing Home and Margaret River WA and Bendigo Vic.
Elizabeth also performed the role of Clinical Care Manager at The Pioneers Lodge.
With special interest in Palliative Care and Pain Management, Dementia and Mental Health in the elderly, Elizabeth brings a worth of experience and passion to Scalabrini Village Griffith.

Village Manager, Austral

Mohini Narayan

Mohini has over twelve years experience in Residential Aged Care. After graduating as a Registered Nurse in 2011 she worked came as a new graduate to Scalabrini Austral. Mohini has worked in many roles within Austral throughout her six years including as a registered nurse, Clinical Nurse Consultant and Care Manager. Mohini completed her Graduate Certificate in Aged Care in 2015.

Mohini has spent a considerable amount of time developing her skills in clinical care, palliative care, and wound management. Mohini has developed a strong leadership role within Austral Scalabrini focusing on involving all staff in our Sono Io culture change project. She believes it is important to embrace the individuality of every resident and optimise their living experience.