SuperFriend has announced three new appointments to its board of directors: Sarah Guthleben, Professor Niki Ellis and Mitch Wallis.
Guthleben joined as a partner fund representative and had over 19 years’ experience in the human resources and financial services industry.
Ellis joined as an independent director with over two decades of experience in the private and public health sectors.
Wallis had also joined as an independent director and had recently founded an international not-for-profit mental campaign called “Heart On My Sleeve” to help reduce the stigma of mental health.
David Atkin, SuperFriend chief, said the new members would complete their board growth from four directors to eight, as part of their growth strategy and performance review.
“Their experience and collective passion for supporting mental health in workplaces will amplify our shared vision that all Australian workplaces are mentally healthy,” Atkin said.
“We are delighted to welcome three leaders of such high calibre to the SuperFriend Board.”