UPA of NSW appoint Tim Thorndyke its new CEO

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UPA of NSW, which operates 23 retirement villages and 19 residential aged centres, has made its Executive Manager Operations Tim Thorndyke its new CEO, effective 1 October.

Mr Thorndyke has been with UPA of NSW for more than 14 years. Before his appointment as Executive Manager Operations, he was Regional Manager for UPA Sydney where he delivered a number of major building programs.

Mr Thorndyke takes over from Steve Walkderden who retires after 26 years with UPA of NSW.

“The aged care sector is poised to move in a good direction with the wide-ranging response from the Federal Government to the Royal Commission starting to gain momentum. UPA has several exciting projects that are at an early stage of progress and will benefit from Tim’s insight and experience,” said Mr Walkderden.

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