Cameron O’Reilly resigns as founding CEO of the Aged Care Guild

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Ross Johnston, Chairman of the Aged Care Guild (and CEO of Regis) has announced that O’Reilly has resigned to take up a senior position advising the NSW Government on energy policy.

“Since his appointment in July 2015, Cameron has been a highly effective advocate for the aged care sector and has been instrumental in raising the profile of the Guild with Federal and state government stakeholders. His successor will have a very solid base from which to advance our agenda of ensuring that aged care remains a key priority for government”.

“On behalf of all our members, I thank Cameron for his contribution and dedication and wish him well in his new role. We have commenced a search for his successor,” said Mr Johnston.

Prior to joining the Guild, O’Reilly spent nine years as the Chief Executive of the Energy Retailers Association of Australia, the peak body for retailers of electricity and gas in Australia’s national energy market.

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