Chief Executive Officer Margaret Grigg received the Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) in the King’s Birthday 2023 Honours List for her contributions to mental health. Margaret began her local and international career in the health, mental health and human services sector as a mental health nurse at Plenty Hospital. Since then, her roles have included working as the Deputy Chief Executive of Mind Australia, the Vice President of the Kyneton District Health Service Board and the Senior Executive [...]
After four years as Forensicare CEO, Dr Margaret Grigg will be stepping down from the role in August. During her tenure, Margaret has driven the development and implementation of a new Strategic Plan and Model of Care, as well as leading an important program of cultural reform across all levels of the organisation. She has guided the organisation through a period of extraordinary change and expansion across all programs and services, while navigating the many challenges of COVID-19. Margaret’s commitment to consumers [...]
A new Mental Health and Wellbeing Act is being developed to reset the legislative foundations for Victoria’s mental health and wellbeing system.
Forensicare would like to welcome our new Chief Executive Officer. After a four-month interim period, Dr Margaret Grigg has officially been appointed as Forensicare’s Chief Executive Officer. Margaret was originally appointed as the organisation’s interim CEO, following the departure of former CEO Tom Dalton earlier this year. “I am really excited to be working with Forensicare,” she said. “The organisation has such a history, and it’s great to be working somewhere that has such a deep set of values and commitment to consumer [...]