Andrew Donne appointed CEO

05 May 2016

Endeavour Foundation’s Board of Directors has made the unanimous decision to appoint Andrew Donne as the new Chief Executive Officer of the organisation.

“Andrew has the business acumen, skills, experience, and values to lead the organisation through this important time of transformation and opportunity,” Chairman Tony Bellas said.

“Andrew’s clear and specific charter is to steer our organisation through this period of national reform, so we can deliver on the promise of the National Disability Insurance Scheme in providing the best possible outcomes for Australians with a disability and their families,” Mr Bellas said.

Mr Donne said he looked forward to responding to the opportunities ahead within the dramatically changing disability sector.

“My priorities are to ensure the needs and interests of people with a disabiltiy and their families are first and foremost in all our decisions; to implement strategic changes so that our services and structure are well-suited to the NDIS, and to honour our legacy by ensuring we are financially strong for the future,” Mr Donne said.

Media Contact: National Corporate Affairs Manager Kirrily Boulton, on 0429 077 886 or k.boulton@endeavour.com.au.

Endeavour Foundation is an independent not-for-profit organisation providing support to more than 3,300 people with a disability from more than 230 locations throughout Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. These include accommodation, employment, education, training, vocational and lifestyle opportunities.

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