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New CEO to steer Mercy Connect through its next phase of growth

Pictured: Caroline Cummins, Dianne Flashman and Jessie Arney welcome Trent Dean to the team.


A couple of months into his new role, Trent Dean has great hopes for the future of Mercy Connect.


It is an exciting time for Mercy Connect, with their teams in Albury, Orange and Narrabri committed to serving their participants and their families, friends and carers, to ensure that every person they support lives a connected and meaningful life.


The organisation is in a period of revitalisation; whilst maintaining their reputation as a high-quality provider that ensure participants maintain their choice and control.


Trent had the opportunity to lead his team in remembering the importance of Mercy Day. Mercy Connect alongside other ministries under the Institute of Sisters of Mercy of Australia and Papua New Guinea, paused to reaffirm their commitment to bringing Mercy to those in need.


The team share the ongoing mission and vision of Mercy, as they continue to support participants by living and breathing their six values: Compassion, Hospitality, Respect, Innovation, Teamwork and Accountability.


Trent is supported by a highly experienced Executive team in Caroline Cummins (Executive Leader Clinical Services), Jessie Arney (Executive Leader People & Culture) Dianne Flashman (Executive Leader Business & Finance).


Rosie Busuttil has joined Trent as his Executive Assistant.


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