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BRISBANE, Australia 06 January 2020 —The Better Health Generation (TBHG) today announced the appointment of Kerry Andrews as Chief Financial Officer (CFO)..
Based in Sydney, Mrs Andrews will be responsible for managing TBHG’s finances including financial planning, forecasting and modelling, record-keeping and reporting capabilities across all TBHG brands and sit on TBHG Group Chief Executive Officer Fred Cicchini’s Executive Leadership Team.
With more than 10 years’ experience, Mrs Andrews brings a breadth of financial leadership and executive experience through her time as Chief Financial Officer of a number of privately held companies.
In her most recent position as Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operations Officer of Black Line Retail Mrs Andrews played a crucial role in successfully completing Black Line’s financial restructuring and its international expansion.
Group CEO Mr Cicchini said the Company was excited about the future with Mrs Andrews as Chief Financial Officer.
“We welcome Kerry to the CFO role at what is a very exciting time for the Company as it continues to executes its growth strategies across key service entities and countries,” Mr Cicchini said. “Kerry will be instrumental in helping us defining opportunities for service efficiency and sustainable group growth.”
About The Better Health Generation
Established in Australia as Back2Work in 2013, parent company The Better Health Generation now comprises of health brands Assessment Squared, Back2Work, Care Squared, Care Squared Kids, Me & Work, Your Health Plus plus Aim2Work and TBHG UK in the United Kingdom. The organisation employs more than 180 allied health professionals in Australia and the United Kingdom. For additional information on The Better Health Generation, please visit the Company’s website at www.thebetterhealthgeneration.com.au