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Central Melbourne

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RACV City Club
501 Bourke Street
Melbourne 3000
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Malcolm Shimmins
Leadership and innovation in social services

Lentara is an agency of UnitingCare Victoria and Tasmania, which is the Victorian community services arm of the Uniting Church in Australia. Across Australia, UnitingCare is one of the largest providers of community services with over 1,600 sites, 39,000 employees and 27,000 volunteers, supporting more than 2 million people every year.

Lentara supports some of the most vulnerable members of the community, providing support and access to resources that are critical for sound health, wellbeing and participation in local communities. Services are provided to all people irrespective of age, race, religion, language, ability, gender or sexual orientation.

Malcolm is Director of Strategy and Growth for Lentara UnitingCare.  He specialises in solution selling and is highly regarded in the areas of strategic planning, operations, client relationship and business development management.

Malcolm has a complete “end to end” service delivery skill set, based on his extensive experience with market leading multinational, Australian & state based organisations.

Malcolm Shimmins
Jan 24, 2017
Leadership and innovation in social services
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