Shane Neaves who has been CEO for the past five-and-a-half years of the award-winning Not For Profit Peninsula Villages, has announced his retirement.
It was Mr Neaves’ second stint as CEO of Peninsula Villages, which has five residential aged care homes and three retirement villages on the NSW Central Coast. The organisation employs more than 300 people.
“I believe that over the past 5-plus years we have achieved many great things for our community and residents. Peninsula Villages is a progressive community organisation with a real purpose – a happy place where each person contributes to the general wellbeing of others,” Mr Neaves said on social media.
He was previously CEO of Peninsula Villages for three years from December 2010 to December 2013.
Peninsula Villages is a founding member of PACE Aged Care, which is a collaboration of sector organisations on the NSW Central Coast.
Mr Neaves is Non-Executive Director of PACE Aged Care. He is also a member of the NSW Advisory Committee of Leading Age Services Australia (LASA).
He rejoined Peninsula Villages after being CEO of community-owned Samarinda Aged Services in Ashburton, 12km southeast of Melbourne’s CBD and before that Chief Operations Manager of Epworth HealthCare in Richmond, 3km east of Melbourne’s CBD.