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Anthony Smith

Anthony Smith is the Chief Executive Officer for MercyCare, a leading provider of aged care, family, community, health and disability services. With 40 locations across Western Australia and more than 1200 employees and 180 volunteers, MercyCare has a clear vision to enable individuals and communities to thrive, not just survive.  

Anthony has more than 25 years’ experience delivering business success and societal impact. His vast experience and personal values drive a passion to make a difference in society and to individuals. He sees MercyCare as not only making a difference on the ground, but as a leading voice in Western Australia, furthering its mission to bring compassion and justice to life and break cycles of significant disadvantage.

Previously, Anthony worked at St John Ambulance WA for 11 years, six of which he was Deputy Chief Executive Officer holding responsibility for organisational strategy, state-wide operations, and being instrumental in the management of significant organisation reform programs. 

Prior to his, Anthony led the Western Australian division of The Australian Institute of Company Directors.

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Collectively in the business community we have an incredible opportunity to make a difference. Which begs the question, how can each of us be a champion for diversity and inclusion?

Diversity builds good business

Look around your office. If one in five of your colleagues are living with a disability, then your workplace is reflective of our broader community.

Do you have what it takes to be a volunteer?

MercyCare’s volunteers bring a wide range of skills and passions to their work with children, young people, refugees and seniors, all backed by the same purpose - to make a difference.

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How can we be a champion for diversity and inclusion?

Collectively in the business community we have an incredible opportunity to make a difference. Which begs the question, how can each of us be a champion for diversity and inclusion?