Ability Centre Chief Executive Officer Judy Hogben will leave her role as CEO in mid-July, ending seven years of heading up the disability service provider.
In the latest in a long list of achievements, Ms Hogben oversaw the rebranding of The Centre for Cerebral Palsy to Ability Centre, representing an exciting new direction for the organisation and extending itsrole in the disability sector to support a wider range of disabilities.
With the advent of the National Disability Insurance Scheme, the Western Australian 2014 Telstra Business Women’s Award Winner for Business Innovation and a national finalist,has placed Ability Centre in a position to further its leadership in the sector and in the provision of individualised services.
"Ability Centre is strongly positioned to continue to provide innovative and responsive services,” Ms Hogben said.
“Having achieved my goal of building an environment and culture to assist individuals achieve their dreams and aspirations, I believe now is the right time tomove onto other challenges.”
Prior to her appointment as CEO of Ability Centre, Ms Hogben held many senior positions in the government sector including senior executive roles in the West Australian Government for both Premier and Cabinet, the Department for Child Protection and also Communities.