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The Chair of Mater Group, Mr Terry Crawford is delighted to announce Jane Yacopetti's appointment to the Mater Group Board.
Jane has over thirty years' experience in both the private and public sectors of health and has held senior executive roles in a large regional health organisation and in several tertiary health institutions in Australia. Her management experience, qualifications and expertise are extensive and varied, giving her a key perspective on the complexities and challenges currently facing the industry. Jane has worked internationally and in rural and remote communities, experiences that have provided her with a valuable insight into the challenges involved in delivering health services in often difficult environments.
in the last 15 years Jane has run a successful health consultancy business, which she established to provide high level health management consultancy and advice to clients in the public and private health sectors. Jane works collaboratively with clients to deliver agreed outcomes, grasps complex subject matter quickly and is skilled at developing rapport with a broad range of people.
Jane has extensive experience with major health infrastructure projects and has also managed the organisation change components of large capital projects in Australia. Jane completed a two year assignment with the Queensland Children’s Hospital Capital Development (a $1.4 billion program of works) as the Executive Project Director. Following this Jane was engaged to assist with the change management and transition of the services to the new Royal Adelaide Hospital a $2.4 billion Public Private Partnership for the South Australian Government.
Jane has governance experience having served as a board member of Children’s Health Queensland Governing Board since 2013. Serving as Deputy Chair from 2013-2017.
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