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Dr Kellie Marshall Joins IRT Group Board of Directors

23 January 2020

The IRT Board of Directors has welcomed senior clinical psychologist Dr Kellie Marshall to the board.

With extensive experience in the healthcare industry, Dr Marshall is passionate about improving the health and wellbeing of communities and individuals.

“I’ve always wanted to make a positive impact on a population by working with organisations that support the community’s health,” Dr Marshall said.

“I’ve been privileged to help improve health outcomes for communities and individuals throughout my time with the Illawarra-Shoalhaven Medicare Local and now as a practicing clinical psychologist.”

Dr Marshall has been a practicing clinical psychologist since 2012. Prior to that she worked 12 years for the Illawarra-Shoalhaven Medicare Local, formerly the Illawarra Division of General Practice (IDGP). For seven of those 12 years, Dr Marshall held the positions of Deputy CEO and CEO.

A Wollongong local, Dr Marshall attended Figtree High School and studied psychology at the University of Wollongong. She completed her doctorate in clinical psychology while working for the IDGP.

Dr Marshall was appointed to the IRT Board of Directors following a targeted recruitment process to fill the position previously held by the late IRT Group Director Tineke Robinson.

IRT Group Chair Mike Halloran says the Board has a robust process for identifying the skills, experience and characteristics required of each Director.

“The Board was committed to identifying the right candidate to complement the existing Directors and we are confident we have found that in Dr Kellie Marshall,” Mr Halloran said.

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About IRT Group:

IRT Group is one of Australia’s largest community-owned, not-for-profit providers of retirement living, residential aged care and home care. With 50 years’ experience and locations throughout NSW, the ACT and South East Queensland, we employ almost 2800 people and play a significant role in promoting seniors as dynamic, influential and valuable members of society.

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