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Issue 35 The New Communities IssueTim Russell, Aura Holdings, Director & Co-Founder, 6 August 2022

Issue 34 – The Blue Sky Thinking IssueClaire Scapinello, ECH, Chief Executive, 22 July 2022

Issue 33 – The Regulation IssueDale Hunt, Mounties Group CEO, 9 July 2022

Issue 32 – The Left Field Thinking IssueLou Pascuzzi, TLC Healthcare CEO, 25 June 2022

Issue 31 – The Design and Architecture IssueEvette & Mark Moran, Mark Moran Group Co-Founders, 11 June 2022

Issue 30 – The Mission IssueKaren Borg, Catholic Healthcare CEO, 28 May 2022

Issue 29 – The Transformation Issue, Tony Randello, Aveo CEO, 14 May 2022

Issue 28 – The Technology Issue, Natasha Wilkinson, Donwood Community Aged Care CEO, 30 April 2022

Issue 27 The Funding Challenge Issue, Mike Baird, HammondCare CEO, 16 April 2022

Issue 26 2022 LEADERS SUMMIT Issue, Noral Wild, Jones Lang LaSalle, Head of Alternative Investments for Australia, 2 April 2022

Issue 25 – The Mergers and Acquisitions Issue, Martin Bowles AO PSM, Calvary Health Care National Chief Executive Officer, 19 March 2022

Issue 24 – The Plan B Issue, Grant Corderoy, StewartBrown Senior Partner, 5 March 2022

Issue 23 – The Executive Talent Issue, Dr Linda Mellors, Regis Healthcare Managing Director and CEO, 19 February 2022

Issue 22 – The Funding Issue, Lee Martin, Tanunda Lutheran Home CEO, 5 February 2022

Issue 21 – Leaders to Watch in 2022, Frank Weits, ACH Group CEO, 18 December 2021

Issue 20 – The Viability Issue, Frank Price, Royal Freemasons’ Benevolent Institution CEO, 4 December 2021

Issue 19 – The Innovation Issue, Natasha Chadwick, NewDirection Care Founder and CEO, 20 November 2021

Issue 18 – The Training Issue, Dr Brett Robinson, RetireAustralia CEO, 6 November 2021

Issue 17 – The Rentals Issue, Simon Owen, Ingenia Communities CEO and Managing Director, 22 October 2021

Issue 16 – The Marketing Issue, Sally Taylor, Retirement by Moran Managing Director, 9 October 2021

Issue 15 – The Food Issue, Graeme Croft, Signature Care Founder and Managing Director, 25 September 2021

Issue 14 – The Workforce Issue, Mary Patetsos, ACH Group Board Chair, 11 September 2021

Issue 13 – The Not For Profits Issue, Jim Hazel, Ingenia Chairman and Bendigo & Adelaide Bank Director, 28 August 2021

Issue 12 – The Burnout Issue, Lorraine Lovitt, Twilight Aged Care Board Chair, 14 August 2021

Issue 11 – The Land Lease Issue, Johanna Keating, Hometown Australia Sales and Marketing Director, 31 July 2021

Issue 10 – The Technology Issue, Johny Ågotnes, Bolton Clarke Chief Information Officer, 17 July 2021

Issue 9 – The New Zealand Issue, Bill McDonald, Arvida Group Chief Executive Officer, 3 July 2021

Issue 8 The Continuum of Care Issue, Beverly Smith, Australian Unity Executive General Manager Residential Communities, 19 June 2021

Issue 7 The User Pays Issue, Tracey Burton, Uniting NSW/ACT Executive Director, 4 June 2021

Issue 6 The Federal Budget Issue, Minister for Aged Care Senator Richard Colbeck, 22 May 2021

Issue 5 – The Research Issue, Monica Gessner, Research Director Australia Online Research, 8 May 2021

Issue 4 – The Transformation Issue, Ciarán Foley, Allambie Heights Village Ltd. Chief Executive Officer, 24 April 2021

Issue 3The New Customer Issue, Rachel Argaman, Opal HealthCare Chief Executive Officer,10 April 2021

Issue 2 – The Funding Issue, Ian Yates, COTA Australia Chief Executive Officer, 27 March 2021

Issue 1The Royal Commission Issue, 13 March 2021


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