Anne Livingstone

Anne Livingstone

Director
Global Community Resourcing

Anne Livingstone

Anne has been the Director of Global Community Resourcing for 14 years. In this work Anne has led the undertaking of a range of projects and research related to the role technology and innovation will play in more consumer focused and quality service delivery.

This role has also included 7 years leading the work of the Australian Aged Care Industry Technology Council (ACIITC) as Executive Lead, Company Secretary, and managing all the Councils various projects from 2017 to 2024. Ms Livingstone has over 40 years experience in aged and community care service delivery, industry representation, and systems reform as well as extensive experience in service design for special needs groups in community settings. She has led over 90 national and international projects specifically focused on innovative approaches to service models and workforce redesign, including applying co-design frameworks to consumer and industry undertakings.

Anne has passionately advocated for the role technology and innovation will play in providing individually focused and responsive services as well as in the promotion of more quality and reliable service provision. She led work in 2017 developing the first national Technology Roadmap for the Australian Aged Care Industry and has worked internationally to benchmark this roadmap.

Anne has a focus on quality and standardisation and has been an Australian representative of many standards scoping and development work. She is also Chair of the Smart Assistive Technology Collaborative, Chair of the National Roundtable for Aged and Community Care for Forgotten Australians, a Member of Board of Advice for the Forde Foundation, and Board Member and Secretary of Regional Development Australia, along with holding several Directorships in private and non-profit innovation companies.