Marcus Riley Elected IAHSA Board Chair

2015 Photo_MarcusRileyMarcus Riley, CEO of the Hibernian Society, which owns and operates BallyCara, has assumed the role of Chair of the Board of Directors of the International Association of Homes and Services for the Ageing (IAHSA), effective 1 January, 2016. Riley has served as an IAHSA board member for 2 years.

“In my new position, I hope to grow IAHSA’s global network on ageing and foster innovative ideas to improve provider practices worldwide,” said Riley. “I am very proud of the collective work the board does to support the leadership and members of IAHSA and look forward to our next year together.”

In addition to Riley’s leadership role at BallyCara, he is the Deputy Chairman of Leading Age Services Australia (LASA) and President of LASA-Queensland as well as a Director of Australian Marist Solidarity Ltd. He continues to hold advisory positions in the broader health field with key consumer, financial and service groups. Riley has worked hard to promote innovative practices and approaches.

“Marcus brings passion and guidance to IAHSA’s programs, as well as a deep sense of commitment to our field,” commented IAHSA Executive Director Katie Smith Sloan. “He has served many leadership roles in our field and has a breadth of perspective and experience that will serve IAHSA well in 2016 and beyond.”

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  1. Anderson Simfukwe says

    May take this opportunity to recognize the important role IAHSA is playing in bring together people from different geographical diversity through various platforms. Indeed, we are grateful as African continent to have Richard from Uganda sitting on the IAHSA Board of Directors. This on its own encircles IAHSA’s Democratic structures and a sense of inclusiveness in its structures as a global institution.. Congratulations to all new board members. The 2015 IAHSA/ACSA International Joint Conference was a spectacular and memorable and afforded most of us an opportunity to interact and network with colleagues from the global perspective. Bravo IAHSA and keep it up.
    Finally, how do join IAHSA as an individual as well as an organization?

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