The Brain Injury Network of South Australia (BINSA) has appointed Nahtanha Davey as their chief executive officer.
Joining the organisation in February, Ms Davey has returned home to Adelaide following senior government roles in remote communities and the not-for-profit sector in regional Victoria.
Ms Davey said she is most looking forward to helping improve the lives of people living with an ABI in South Australia.
“The role at BINSA was significantly attractive to me because of my interest in the impact of Acquired Brain Injury and the lead role we play for South Australians. I’m passionate about community and particularly for survivors of ABI and their caregivers.”
“Some of our key priorities include strategic reform, building effective governance and building formal and effective partnerships.”
“And, importantly, we will be working to develop advocacy strategy and direct-service delivery to improve the lives of people living with an ABI in South Australia,” she said.
BINSA is one of six key industry organisations that have an interest in Lifetime Support Scheme participants, and work with LSA on policy development, reviews and service improvement.
The organisation is recognised and funded as the peak body in South Australia for people with an ABI and those who care for them.
For more information on BINSA visit their website or give them a call on 8217 7600.
Image above right: Nahtanha Davey.
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This article was featured in the March 2015 Edition of LSS News. The LSS Update is a quarterly enewsletter from Lois and the LSA team.