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Vicki Pridmore

Things will not change unless they're challenged.

Vicki Pridmore

CEO, BreastScreen Victoria

About Me

Vicki has led BreastScreen Victoria as Chief Executive Officer for more than a decade, introducing substantial change during this time. Prior to BreastScreen, she was CEO of the Cheltenham and Regional Cemeteries Trust. Vicki has extensive experience in the health human services sector, including executive roles in the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). Her final role in DHHS was as the Director Portfolio Services, coordinating media communications, Ministerial support, legal FOI and internal audit. Her career spans teaching, psychology, organisational review and more than a decade in executive management roles within the public service and not-for-profit sectors.

Since 2008, Vicki has been CEO at BreastScreen Victoria. BSV is government funded to provide free biennial mammography screening to more than 240,000 Victorian women aged between 50 and 74 each year.

As the CEO of BreastScreen Victoria, Vicki has worked with the BreastScreen Board, Victorian public hospitals and private radiology firms to ensure an efficient quality service is delivered. To date, BreastScreen Victoria has performed more than 2.8 million screening mammograms and continues to work towards reducing deaths from breast cancer through early detection of the disease.

Qualifications

GradDip(Org Psych), BA(Comms,Org Psych), Dip Teach(Sec), GAICD

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