Who runs Omnicare?
Omnicare Alliance is a public company limited by guarantee, governed by a Board of Directors.
At an operational level, we're headed up by our Chief Executive Officer, Andrea Caldwell. Her role involves developing strategies for the organisation, reporting those to the board for discussion and approval (and for any amendments deemed appropriate), then implementing the strategies.
Our Board of Directors has been selected by an independent panel according to their skills and experience. Each director is elected for a three-year term, and is eligible to be re-elected twice (i.e. serving a maximum of nine years). Directors receive no remuneration for their roles.
Board of Directors
The Board comprises:
Chair - Nik Sandeman Allen
Deputy Chair - Karen Kennedy
Directors - Marcus Kennedy, Connie Porter, Les Murray, Ross Morgan and Ian Pople
There are three committees, set up in an advisory capacity, without decision-making powers.
- Governance and Risk - chaired by Karen Kennedy
- Audit & Finance - chaired by Ross Morgan
- Commercial Evaluation - chaired by Les Murray
As a not-for-profit organisation, Omnicare is accountable - as per the Corporations Act 2001 - to the ACNC (Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission) and ASIC (Australia Securities and Investments Commission).
An external party conducts an audit annually, verifying that our finances meet legal obligations and we are compliant with regulations.
This role involves heading up Omnicare’s operations and implementing its strategy.
The main responsibilities include accountability for the organisation; overseeing the Senior Management team; advocating for Omnicare and its clients; and business development and strategic planning
Monika’s role involves ensuring Omnicare is in optimal financial health.
Her main responsibilities are managing and running all finance activities; business cashflowing, budgeting, forecasting and auditing; financial planning and strategy; managing financial risks and opportunities; and financial reporting and board presentation.
This role involves overseeing timely delivery and high-quality service in and around clients’ homes.
Ward’s role involves delivering high-quality aged care at home.
His main responsibilities include: maintaining person-centred care and support to enhance independence and community connections; overseeing coordination of home care, and strategic planning.
This role is responsible for ensuring high quality, sustainable and compliant disability service planning and implementation and oversees a team of staff responsible for the service planning for disability clients.
Sarah’s role involves facilitating social engagement and community connection through programmes of meaningful and purposeful activities.
Her main responsibilities are: overseeing five social support day centres, adopting The WISER Approach in the delivery of services, building positive relationships with clients and carers; recruiting, developing and managing support workers, and strategic planning.
Felicity’s role involves looking after the centralised functions and processes to support all unit operations. Her main responsibilities are: reporting, business systems, procedures, marketing strategies and developing opportunities that will enhance the organisations capacity for providing quality services and commercial outcomes.