Farewell to our CEO

The Women’s Housing Company would like to share that our CEO Debbie Georgopoulos has resigned to take up an exciting new role as Chief of Staff to the Hon Rose Jackson MP, NSW Minister for Housing, Homelessness, Water, Mental Health, Youth and the North Coast.

In her seven years at the helm, Debbie has transformed Women’s Housing Company into Australia’s largest specialist housing organisation. Under her leadership , we have doubled the number of homes under management and homelessness support programs, achieved Tier 1 status as a community housing provider, as well as ASES (Australian Service Excellence Standards) accreditation, and greatly expanded our services and partnerships.  

Debbie’s tireless  advocacy in NSW and at the national level have helped to put Women’s Housing Company and the housing and homelessness issues facing women front and centre of policy debate and solutions. She has led a team of professional, passionate women and mentored many others outside the organisation.

The Board, Patron and team will miss Debbie’s energy, passion and leadership, but we wish her every success for the future.

We will immediately commence an open recruitment process for a new CEO to ensure a smooth leadership transition and the continuity of our business operations.

Alice Spizzo

Chair WHC

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Farewell to our CEO