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The Humpty Dumpty Foundation appoints Claire Reaney as CEO

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The Humpty Dumpty Foundation announces the appointment of Claire Reaney as Chief Executive Officer.  

An integral part of the Humpty family for 16 years, Claire has primarily been responsible for driving Humpty’s impressive network of corporate partners and sponsors across the charity’s events and health initiative projects.   

She has been a significant contributor to the expansion of Humpty’s reach from supporting just one hospital in 2004, to now seeing the charity support around 500 hospitals across Australia.  

“I am honoured to be the Chief Executive Officer of the Humpty Dumpty Foundation.  This is an incredible opportunity to build upon the solid foundations put in place by former CEO and Managing Director Angela Garniss and of course, continue to drive future growth, and innovation and strengthen connections within our community,” said Claire Reaney, The Humpty Dumpty Foundation CEO.  

Claire has been accountable across all facets of the charity. This profound and broad knowledge and experience with the Humpty Dumpty Foundation will see her excel in her role as Chief Executive Officer.   

“Humpty has a highly successful 32-year charity legacy with a commitment to making a tangible and lasting difference to children and their families all over Australia.  These outcomes continue to inspire me.” 

The Foundations founder and chairman highlighted that Claire has a real passion for the work done at the Humpty Dumpty Foundation.  

“Claire Reaney has been a huge and significant part of the Humpty Dumpty Foundation family for an incredible 16 years so this is a terrific opportunity for her to step into the role of Chief Executive Officer,” said Paul Francis OAM, Humpty Dumpty Foundation. 

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Menchie Khairuddin is a writer Deputy Content Manager at Akolade and content producer for Third Sector News. She is passionate about social affairs specifically in mixed, multicultural heritage and not-for-profit organisations.


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