Women in leadership
HealthShare NSW and eHealth NSW are committed to supporting and encouraging women’s career progression by continuing to employ, grow and develop women into leadership and senior management roles.
Our Gender Equality Action Plan sets out the steps we will be taking as an organisation to ensure we move towards greater gender equality in our workplace.
Delivering on our first step of the Action Plan, eHealth NSW will be running professional development programs as part of the Women’s Development Series, to equip women with the leadership skills to build their careers at eHealth.
Top 50 Public Sector Women in NSW
Highlighting our success in the commitment to develop and grow our staff, HealthShare NSW celebrated two inspiring leaders being named among the Top 50 Public Sector Women in NSW for 2018.
Carmen Rechbauer, Executive Director of Clinical Support Services, and Jennifer Van Cleef, Director, Patient Support Services, received the prestigious award in recognition of their achievements as exceptional leaders, and as role models in supporting and encouraging other women within the NSW Public Sector.
Since receiving the award, both Jennifer and Carmen have been promoted within HealthShare NSW. Carmen is now HealthShare NSW’s Chief Executive and Jennifer is Executive Director, Clinical Support Services and State Controller, Emergency Management.Back to the top of this page