John Pollaers
John Pollaers May 17, 2018

Because how we care for our ageing is a reflection of who we are as a nation

HelloCare Exclusive - Part 1 in series of 4 There are many people, in every community, all over Australia, who need support because of ill health and frailty. Some are in hospital, or living alone, others are elderly and living at home, or living with the support of carers. There are informal carers, who are often old themselves, who care for loved ones. The Australian Aged Care Workforce Taskforce has these people at the front of their thinking. The Taskforce...
John Pollaers

John Pollaers

Chair Of The Aged Care Workforce Strategy Taskforce

Professor John Pollaers is Chair of the Aged Care Workforce Strategy Taskforce and the Australian Industry and Skills Committee. John has a proven track record in leading major Australian and international companies including Pacific Brands and Foster’s Group, and in his current roles is working across Government to bring about major reforms to aged care and vocational education and training. This is realisation of his vision of building a strong future for Australia by creating opportunities for people and businesses to flourish and succeed. He is a passionate advocate for education and training, the care of senior Australians and including more people with disability in work and training. John is also Chair of the Australian Advanced Manufacturing Council, a member of Prime Minister’s Industry 4.0 Taskforce, and an advisory board member at Melbourne University’s Centre for Workplace Leadership. He runs his own business and sits on an international board. John was a member of the Expert Advisory Committee of the National Preventative Health Agency. He was previously the Director of the National Breast Cancer Foundation and the founding Chairman of the healthy drinking initiative Drinkwise. He has an MBA from INSEAD and Macquarie University, BEng (Hons) and BSc from University of New South Wales, and is a fellow of the University of Melbourne School of Business and Economics.

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