YFS’ CEO Cath Bartolo has decided to leave YFS in February 2023.
As CEO, Cath has spent the past 20 years building YFS into a dynamic organisation with a strong track record of backing vulnerable people to overcome adversity and to thrive.
Cath recognised the need for a holistic approach to back people to achieve real change in their lives, and has fostered integration efforts, service expansion, partnerships and prevention initiatives.
Cath has been a passionate advocate for vulnerable people in Logan, and has played key roles in initiatives including Logan Together and Logan City of Choice and Not Now, Not Ever in Logan. In 2022 she was awarded Member of the Order of Australia in recognition of her many years of service to Logan, to young people and to the community sector.
Under her leadership, YFS has grown, innovated and achieved amazing outcomes. Cath has invested in the management and staff at YFS, mentoring strong leaders and committed workers.
Help us find a new leader
The YFS Board has begun recruitment for Cath’s successor. Cath has agreed to support the new CEO to ensure a smooth transition. We are confident that YFS will retain its values and commitment to achieving real change in people’s lives.
The Board has engaged a recruitment consultant to work with us on the search for a new CEO. You can read more about this opportunity here.
We invite candidates with extensive leadership experience, excellent influencing skills, an innovation mindset, and a passion for place-based community services to apply for the role.
Please help spread the word.
Board Chair, YFS