Our Management

FIONA ONSLOW-AGNEW

Chief Executive

Fiona is a registered nurse with over 25 years’ experience in the health and aged care sectors.  Fiona commenced her career exploring Western Australia as a rural health nurse before returning to Tasmania permanently in 2004.  Fiona has built her career on building knowledge and strength in leadership through her varied roles in health in the not-for-profit sector, in acute and aged care.  Roles have included business development, Director of Care, Director of Operations, Regional Management and more recently, CEO.

Aged care is a passion of Fiona’s and she was integral in the development of the hospice@HOME program in Tasmania, supporting people to die at home which took her internationally to present on the program and its outcomes and success. 

 

Fiona was a recipient of an Aged Care Leaders award in 2015 which enabled her to travel to Switzerland in 2018 on a SAGE tour exploring the aged care systems, facilities, and models. Fiona is on the Tasmanian Council for Aged and Community Service of Australia, one of the largest aged care peak bodies in Australia, and a member of the Australian College of Nursing.

LOUISE MOORE

Clinical Nurse Manager - Swansea

Louise holds a Graduate Certificate in Health Services Management (UNSW), Master of Nursing (Education) (USYD) and Bachelor of Nursing (UTAS).

Louise has been a Registered Nurse since 1994 and has worked in a variety of areas, HIV and Infectious Diseases, Office of the Principal Nurse Advisor, TAFE, May Shaw Health Centre and more recently the Public Health Response Branch of NSW Health.

Louise has lived on the East Coast of Tasmania since 2011 and loves the sense of community that living in small towns offers.

 

In her spare time Louise enjoys crochet, reading, and spending time with friends and family.

MICHELLE PARRY

Executive Assistant

Michelle has worked in the aged care industry providing Executive Support for over 20 years. Her skills include supporting Board and Leadership teams, creating publications including annual reports, ICT support, Independent Living Unit management, project management and mentoring others.

 

Michelle enjoys the challenges and camaraderie of aged care, and particularly enjoys getting to know our residents.

Michelle enjoys hanging out with friends and family but especially her cat that thinks he’s a dog (Bernard) and dog that thinks she’s human (Charli Mae).

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RUTH PARRY

Quality & Risk Manager

Ruth has spent the best part of a decade working for the City of Hobart.  The last half of which was spent  overseeing the City’s depots, fleet management system and administration teams for the outdoor workforce.  This also encompassed the coordination and safety of the  out of hours roster, and more recently the City’s Incident Management Team for COVID-19 response alongside the City’s Emergency Management Coordinator.  Ruth has been trained as a Health and Safety Representative, Chief Fire Warden, and in Advanced SafetyCircle® principals.  She hold a general construction induction card (White Card) and has completed a Diploma of Management and Leadership.

 

Ruth has a varying background in government, not for profit and private industry sectors, and is excited to be able to transfer her knowledge and skills to May Shaw.

 

In her spare time, Ruth likes to keep busy by tinkering around the house, walking the dog, spending time with friends and family, and playing a bad game of golf!

KATELYN READ

Home Care Manager

Katelyn started her career in the Aged Care Sector as an Extended Care Assistant with May Shaw in 2013. Katelyn received recognition for her contribution to dementia care management with a dementia dynamics personal carer fellowship, where she was invited to attend the 30th international conference of Alzheimer’s disease, hosted in Western Australia. Katelyn then went on to further her career within the banking sector, before recently returning to May Shaw Health Centre.

 

Katelyn has lived in Swansea for 28 years and has been a Volunteer Ambulance officer for Ambulance Tasmania for 9 years as well as been involved and sat on many community committees. This led Katelyn to be awarded the Glamorgan Spring Bay Young Citizen of the Year Award in 2017.

 

Katelyn is passionate about the Aged Care Sector and is excited to be able to Contribute to May Shaw Health Centre's future successes.

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GEORGIE SCOTT

Finance Manager

Bachelor of Business (University of Tasmania)

Associate Member - Chartered Accountants

Georgie comes to May Shaw with over five years of accounting experience working across two accounting firms. She has worked with a broad range of clients to overcome cashflow issues, restructuring and business support. She is currently completing her Chartered Accountants Program which complements her Bachelor of Business completed in 2019.

Georgie is passionate about driving efficiencies and maximising the potential of both the business and resources. She is a friendly and approachable person. 

Georgie is on the board of not-for-profit organisation, Karinya Young Women's Shelter based in Launceston.

 

When not at work, Georgie enjoys being on her partners farm at Winnaleah, or camping in Tasmania or around Australia.