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Princes Court Chief Executive Officer resignation

Princes Court Chief Executive Officer resignation

The Board of Directors of Princes Court, regrettably announces the resignation of  Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Carrie Chappell. Ms. Chappell, who first joined Princes Court in November 2021 as Chief Financial Officer and subsequently served as Acting CEO for the past 12 months, will be leaving the company to pursue career opportunities outside the Sunraysia region.

Ms. Lyn Heaysman, Chair of the Princes Court Board of Directors, expressed her regret at Carrie’s departure but acknowledged her significant contributions during her tenure. “Carrie has played a pivotal role in the growth and stability of Princes Court, demonstrating exceptional leadership skills during challenging times. Her understanding of our business and commitment to our mission have been invaluable,” Ms. Heaysman stated.

Carrie Chappell, in her departing statement, expressed both disappointment and excitement for her next career chapter. She shared that her decision to leave the Sunraysia region is driven by family health reasons and that she has accepted the role of CEO with an aged care provider in Queensland.

Carrie expressed her pleasure in leading Princes Court over the past 12 months and extended her best wishes to Princes Court Limited for the future. She also recognized the enriching life experiences of Princes Court’s residents, home care clients, and Village residents.

The Board of Directors acknowledges Carrie’s decision and will soon issue a further statement regarding transition arrangements for her departure from Princes Court. Despite the need for a swift announcement, the Board assures the community that plans for a seamless transition are underway and appreciates their understanding during this period of change.