A diverse team with a wide range of experience is important to our success. And it’s also true of our Executive Leadership Team. Our group of highly experienced leaders bring a wealth of knowledge and understanding from corporate and government sectors to health care and employment services. This combination of complementary skills and expertise has grown our business over 25 years, from three people in a single office in Perth to more than 7,500 people in 10 countries and a culture that allows all of us to enable better lives.
Before joining APM in 2018, Michael held a number of senior leadership roles in Australia and overseas at global professional services firm Ernst & Young. He is the Chair of CelebrateWA and has previously been a Non-Executive Director of the Art Gallery of WA, Foodbank WA and a Member of CEOs for Gender Equity in WA.
Megan graduated as an Occupational Therapist in 1987 and was appointed to Collie District Hospital to establish the first occupational therapy service within the region. In 1990, Megan established a private Occupational Therapy practice at St John of God Hospital and went on to manage the Vocational Rehabilitation and Occupational Therapy Services of Perth Pain Management Centre. Megan established APM in January 1994 and has grown the business to become a world leader in human services.
Karen brings over 25 years of experience to her role and has been with APM since 2010 where she joined as National Operations Manager for Disability Employment Services. Today, her team of more than 1,700 help around 120,000 Australians each year to live independent and fulfilling lives through support services including DES, jobactive, ParentsNext, NEIS and the Career Transition Program.
Michele brings a wealth of experience to APM from working with some of Australia’s biggest companies, and leading teams to respond to natural disasters and events such as the Bali Bombings and the Lindt Café Siege. She is responsible for our allied health and professional service businesses that deliver services that positively impact people’s mental health and wellbeing.
Jack joined APM as CEO of Ingeus Group when it was acquired in 2019. At APM, he is responsible for our operations, contracts and employment-related programmes in Canada, the USA, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, South Korea and Singapore. In Australia, he oversees our delivery of Assessment Services and Community programmes across Aged Care and Disability Services.
Cait joined APM in 2019 bringing a wealth of experience from prior tenures with Foxtel, iiNet and in the mining sector. Cait leads several multi-disciplinary corporate support functions including People & Culture, Marketing & Innovation and the Contact Support Centre. As a culture influencer, Cait helps create and deliver value through people and culture across our employees, customers, suppliers, investors and the community.
Prior to joining APM in 2018, Greg was an audit partner at Ernst and Young for over 30 years. Here he led the Audit Division of the Perth office and was the lead audit signing partner on a variety of listed and unlisted companies, including Wesfarmers and Woodside. He has also been a director of West Australian Ballet and the Police and Citizens Youth Clubs.
Stephen grew up in Ireland, except for a three-year stint in Perth. He went to university in Dublin and became a chartered accountant before moving back to Perth to work with the accounting firm, PKF Australia. In 2008, he joined APM, where he has held the roles of Company Accountant, Financial Controller and now CFO.
James joined in 2015 after living and working in London. He takes care of all things technology, ensuring staff have the right systems and best tools to support clients and participants in the community and deliver an outstanding experience. James’ 20+ years in IT has seen him work through the Y2K bug, autonomous technologies in mining, global systems integrations and now AI and advanced analytics.
Joining APM Group in the UK with Ingeus in 2015, Matthew relocated to APM’s Australian HQ in 2019. He brings experience as a senior lawyer for some of the UK’s largest companies including BP, SABMiller and Balfour Beatty along with an interest in Diversity & Inclusion, exemplified by his role as Chair of the ED&I Committee for Australia and New Zealand. At APM, he ensures that our global business manages legal risk effectively, while acting as a trusted adviser to our senior leadership team and the wider business.
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