Dr Robyn Littlewood has been reappointed the Chief Executive Officer of Health and Wellbeing Queensland for a further four years.
Dr Littlewood’s reappointment was formally recommended by the Board of Health and Wellbeing Queensland and endorsed by the Minister for Health, Mental Health and Ambulance Service and Minister for Women, Shannon Fentiman MP.
Health and Wellbeing Queensland Chair Steve Ryan said Dr Littlewood’s strong leadership had guided Health and Wellbeing Queensland’s evolution since it was established in 2019.
‘Robyn has transformed Health and Wellbeing Queensland into an organisation that is recognised as a strong and relevant prevention agency, working to improve the health and wellbeing of all Queenslanders, particularly children and young people, through a variety of programs, policies, partnerships and practice,’ Mr Ryan said.
‘Robyn has positioned Health and Wellbeing Queensland to achieve its GenQ vision of an intergenerational opportunity to improve health outcomes for all through strong leadership, whole-of-government collaboration, academic partnerships and leading a high performing, healthy workforce culture to drive success’.
‘I have no doubt her exemplary performance and high-performance outcomes will continue throughout the next four years as part of her commitment to making healthy happen for all Queenslanders.’