New Board Chairman for Mayflower

December 9, 2020

Mayflower Deputy Chair, Anthony Mutton has been elected as Mayflower’s incoming Board Chairman.

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Mr Mutton has served as a Mayflower Board Member for more than 15 years and brings strong knowledge and experience of the aged care and retirement living sectors.

Mr Mutton succeeds Trevor Martyn, who joined the Mayflower Board in 2008, and served the past ten years as Chairman.

Welcoming Mr Mutton to the position, Mayflower CEO, Rosa Ginevra said that the Mayflower Executive Team is looking forward to working with him.

“We congratulate Mr Mutton on his appointment, and we offer him our support and assistance as we continue to develop Mayflower for the benefit of our community,” Ms Ginevra says.

Mr Mutton, who was first appointed to the Mayflower Board in 2003, said he was honoured to be elected Chair.

“I am deeply honoured to be appointed as Chairman of the Mayflower Board of Directors,” says Mr Mutton. “While it certainly is a challenging time, I look forward to continuing Mayflower’s work to support older Australians in our community.”

“I’d like to take this opportunity to acknowledge Trevor Martyn’s great leadership and service, and most particularly over the last few years of unprecedented change,” Mr Mutton says.

At Mr Martyn’s last meeting as Chair, he said that he was proud of Mayflower’s achievements under his leadership.

“It’s been a great honour to have served as Chairman on the Mayflower Board,” says Mr Martyn. “Our sector has seen a lot of change over the past decade, and I have been delighted to see Mayflower continually adapt and grow.”

Mayflower CEO, Rosa Ginevra, thanked Mr Martyn for his service as Board Chairman.

“During Mr Martyn’s tenure as a Board Member and later, as Board Chair, there have been many challenges that have arisen within the aged care sector,” says Ms Ginevra.

“Mr Martyn’s leadership in the governance and stewardship of Mayflower has been selfless, as has been, his commitment and responsiveness to the care of our residents and the organisation itself.

“On behalf of Mayflower, I would like to sincerely thank Mr Martyn for his dedication and contribution over these many years. He is leaving Mayflower well positioned to meet the future aged care needs of the communities we serve,” Ms Ginevra says.