By Vanessa Cavasinni, editor Australian Hotelier
Louise Glanville has been appointed the Chief Executive Officer of the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation (VRGF).
The VRGF have been on a national hunt for a new CEO, looking for someone to lead the foundation’s direction over the next five years. Glanville will commence in the role on 30 May.
Glanville is currently the deputy CEO of the National Disability Insurance Agency, and has helped with the transition to the full National Disability Insurance Scheme. Glanville is also practiced in social and legal policy, having worked previously for the Victorian Public Advocate and was the first director of Victoria’s Neighbourhood Justice Centre.
VGRF’s foundation chair, Julie Ligeti, has welcomed Glanville’s appointment.
“Ms Glanville is an outstanding senior executive with a track record of successfully addressing complex policy challenges for state and federal governments.
“Her reputation for collaborative leadership and a results-oriented approach is seen as vital by the Foundation’s Board.”
Victoria’s Minister for Gaming and Liquor Regulation, Marlene Kairouz, has also expressed her approval of Glanville’s selection.
“Louise has extensive experience working within all levels of government and I welcome her appointment.”
“I have no doubt she will help the Foundation build stronger partnerships with the community to prevent and treat gambling harm, as well as ensure it keeps on top of emerging challenges.”