Gowrie QLD CEO celebrates 20 years of continuous service, Board renews term
Louise Jackson, Chief Executive Officer of Lady Gowrie Queensland, recently marked 20 years of continuous service with the well-known organisation, celebrating the milestone with the news that the Board has reappointed her as CEO for a further term.
Board Chairperson Ronnie Lake described Ms Jackson’s passion, dedication and unwavering commitment to Lady Gowrie and the families and children it serves as “extraordinary”.
“Louise’s knowledge of our organisation and our people is second to none. She is an outstanding leader and advocate for Lady Gowrie, our children and families, our centres and our affiliated kindergartens,” Mr Lake said.
During her 20 years with Lady Gowrie Queensland, Ms Jackson has held a variety of roles including five years as Chief Operating Officer, before being appointed as CEO in 2018.
Since that time, Mr Lake said, she has continued to drive outstanding performance to ensure Lady Gowrie Queensland retains its longstanding reputation as a leader of excellence in early childhood education and care.
“Louise’s wealth of knowledge and experience has been of immense value to Lady Gowrie Queensland especially as we navigate the challenges of COVID-19 and a constantly changing world,” he added, saying the Board looks forward to her continued custodianship of Lady Gowrie Queensland services.
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