Glenray is a not for profit organisation catering to the residential, respite, vocational, community support and day activities for people with disability. Glenray is an approved NDIS provider for Plan Management & Support Co-ordination in Regional NSW.
For over 60 years Glenray has supported people with disability. We are proud to be one of the leading service providers to people with disability.
Is that all people with a disability have the opportunity to develop their individual potential.
Is to be the first choice provider of quality services and products for the benefit of people with disabilities through the development of highly trained professional staff operating residential and work appropriate vocational centres as established within the organisation.
Glenray is led by a board of eight directors who generously volunteer their time to govern our organization. Our Board have a diverse range of skills and industry knowledge to lead the governance and strategic direction of the organisation.
Profile Susan Williams CEO
During a career spanning in excess of 25 years in executive management and CEO roles, Susan has come to Glenray with a wealth of experience in a variety of business environments. She has led multinational, national, government owned operations and not for profits both in international and local city and rural locations. Susan has been recognised for her visionary and innovative solutions in the way companies approach business challenges. She has generated strong results while focusing on people and customer service, sustainability, innovation and social issues.
Her working life commenced in the disabilities sector where she spent invaluable years with the Endeavour Foundation. Since then, Susan has been involved throughout her career and as a volunteer with disadvantaged rural children and adults with a disability.
Moving to Newbridge in 1998, Susan became very much involved in the Bathurst Region communities, including elected as Deputy Mayor, Blayney; and was recognised for her work in mentoring rural women in the DPI’s Rural Women’s network publications, Daring to Dream. Susan enjoys her farm and family time, her thoroughbred horses and outdoor sports.
Profile Scott Green CFO
Scott has worked in the disability sector for a number of years. Scott cut his teeth in the Health Industry as a Registered Nurse prior to commencing at Glenray and has a background in education. Scott holds a Bachelor of Business and a Bachelor of Science, most of his weekends are spent on the tools renovating a house which has good bones, but sadly lacking in other areas.
Profile Craig Shiel – Manager, People and Culture
Craig decided it was time for a tree change and moved from Sydney to Bathurst in 2015. He has over 20 years Human Resources experience in large multinational companies, local Government and small diverse operations. He brings his HR experience, along with the knowledge obtained from gaining a Masters degree in Employee Relations, to the role as Glenray’s Manager of People & Culture. Craig enjoys being a farmer of sorts on weekends, watching and playing cricket and taking his old jaguar for country drives.