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It is rather fitting that the new Chief Executive Officer of Domestic Violence Crisis Service ACT (DVCS) has been appointed during the first week of May, the National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Sue Webeck has gained a plethora of relevant experience in the sexual, domestic and family violence sector during her time with Meridian (formerly known as AIDS Action Council of the ACT), A Gender Agenda, the Canberra Rape Crisis Centre and, most recently, the Australian National University’s Respectful Relationships Unit and while it will be a few weeks before she steps into her new role, Sue is excited to start working in DVCS’ important space.
“I am honoured to be joining DVCS,” she says. “DVCS is a highly regarded organisation within the domestic and family violence landscape and I’m proud to be part of that.”
“I look forward to continuing to support those impacted by domestic and family violence. I welcome the opportunity to contribute towards this creating better outcomes for our community.”
Glenda Stevens has served as Interim General Manager since September 2020 and the DVCS Board thanks her for her “guidance and management”, with DVCS Board Chair Sian Jowitt saying that she is “delighted” to welcome Sue to the team.
“We believe she is a great fit for the organisation. She brings a wealth of experience and will complement our solid Leadership Team and frontline staff. We look forward to working with her.”