Infinity CEO Shelley Wall praised for instrumental leadership and commitment to PeakCare Queensland

PeakCare Queensland has extended its sincere appreciation to Infinity Community Solutions CEO Shelley Wall, as she steps down after four years as a Board member and President.

Ms Wall tendered her resignation on 31 March 2017 after leaving a member agency to establish Infinity Community Solutions, an innovative not-for-profit child protection services agency.

Executive Member Leith Sterling praised Ms Wall’s efforts in a statement on behalf of the PeakCare Board.

“Shelley has made a significant contribution to PeakCare’s activities over the time she has been a Board member, most recently as Board President since 2014,” Ms Sterling said.

“Under her leadership, the Board significantly refreshed its governance and strategy, the outcomes of which will continue to be evident to PeakCare member organisations in years to come.

“The organisation continues to gain strength year on year, and Shelley’s leadership and commitment has been instrumental in this.

“As a fellow member of the PeakCare Board executive, I appreciated Shelley’s support, calm approach and ability to cut through the issues and keep us on track and our eyes on the vision for Queensland’s child protection sector.

“We wish Shelley all the very best for her future ventures.”

Ms Wall said it had been a pleasure and a privilege to work for such a worthy organisation.

“I was truly touched by the sentiment of my former PeakCare colleagues and knowing I have their support means the world,” Ms Wall said.

“The teamwork and commitment shown by each of them was crucial in achieving the positive growth and change that reaffirmed PeakCare as the state’s leading child protection body.

Ms Wall will now bring her leadership skills and vision to the work of Infinity Community Solutions. 

“I am thriving on the challenge of working with fellow directors, Annaley Clarke (Executive Director of Services) and Diann Feldman (Non-Executive Director and Board Chair),” Ms Wall said.

“We have set out to establish Infinity as specialist organisation that will bring a new perspective to the constantly changing and evolving social services sector.

“With a foundation of strong values, we are combing innovation and evidence based practice to improve the lives of some of the most vulnerable members of our community.”