The experienced and highly skilled Executive team is committed to offering excellence in all aspects of care, exploring new concepts in care and ensuring that senior Australians have choice and control in the way that they live.
Greg Skelton – Group Chief Executive Officer
For 20 years, Greg has been committed to providing the highest standard of service to Queensland’s elderly. His impressive reputation is backed by his finance and logistics background. A qualified CPA with a degree in business and an MBA in strategic management, Greg is also a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He serves on the Presbyterian Church of Queensland Finance and Administration Board and is a Director/Governor of St Andrew’s Toowoomba Hospital; serves as Audit and Finance Chairman on the PMSA Group of Schools (Brisbane Boys College, Somerville House, Clayfield College and Sunshine Coast Grammar) and is a member of the Aged Care Services Australia Board serving as its Queensland Chair.
Peter Lynch – Chief Financial Officer
Peter joined PresCare in 2011 as the Financial Controller and became the Chief Financial Officer in 2012. He is an experienced executive with over 15 years’ experience in leading finance and corporate services teams within the human services sector and over 20 years’ experience in the field of accounting and commercial services. He has been a key contributor to numerous mergers and acquisition related integration programs and transformation initiatives and has overseen significant change in our rapidly growing organisation. Peter brings skills in financial governance, performance reporting, business process improvement, integration and change management, strategic procurement, risk management, contract governance and systems design. Peter is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants.
Allanna Kelsall – Chief Relationship Officer
With experience spanning more than 20 years, Allanna has been dedicated to successfully optimising human capital and driving change initiatives within organisations across multiple industries and countries including Australia, the United States, the United Kingdom and Korea. Allanna brings that experience to the ever-expanding PresCare Group as she works to advance innovation practices across the organisation while enriching the lives of our employees, customers and their loved ones with an energised, engaged and customer-centric organisational culture.
Craig Larsen – Chief Transformation Officer
Craig has a track record of success in achieving significant business transformation and leads PresCare’s enterprise-wide transformation strategy. Craig is passionate about designing and implementing sustainable performance transformation that allows management and employees to do their job. He is an experienced professional with a career spanning over 20 years working for some of the largest organisations in Australia, United States and United Kingdom. Prior to joining PresCare Craig worked for a ‘big 4’ consulting practice where he developed and implemented strategies for not-for-profit organisations, government and corporations big and small. Craig holds a Master of Business Administration and specialises in corporate strategy, business transformation, customer experience and process improvement
Alex Nagy – Executive Manager, Shared Services
Over the past 30 years Alex has dedicated his working career to procurement and associated business units within the hospitality and commercial business space. With extensive experience in the Asia Pacific Region as a senior executive, Alex has embraced cultural diversity, challenging business dynamics, communication and process. Alex joined The PresCare Group in 2015 tasked to develop an exciting Green Fields opportunity in Procurement. With the rapid expansion of the PresCare Group and the need to establish a Shared Services division, in 2017 Alex was appointed to this role, to develop and manage the business unit.
Reverend Danny Mihailovic – Director of Chaplaincy
Danny joined the PresCare team with over 30 years’ experience as a minister to the Presbyterian Church in Browns Plains. In that time he played a pivotal role in the growth of the church within the community, through serving on numerous boards and committees as well as serving as State Moderator for the PCQ in 2009-2010. Danny’s commitment to the church hasn’t stopped there. Within the scope of his role at PresCare, Danny has been integral in embedding the church’s values within the organisation as well as advancing the valuable role that chaplains and pastoral carers have in providing care, strength and support to the PresCare community.