SuperFriend’s CEO steps down

Not-for-profit organisation, SuperFriend has announced the departure of its chief executive, Margo Lydon, after 11 years. 

At the same time, Lydon would remain connected to the organisation as their chief mental health adviser until mid-August. 

Lydon’s resignation would be effective from 14 April, 2022 and Dina Goebel, SuperFriend’s general manager of strategy and innovation, would be the acting CEO until the appointment of a new CEO. 

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During her time with SuperFriend, Lydon dedicated her tenure to help create positive change in mental health and suicide prevention in Australia. 

SuperFriend’s chair, Elizabeth Proust, said, “The board acknowledges the significant and important contributions Margo has made to SuperFriend, the superannuation and life insurance industry, and to workplace mental health and wellbeing in Australia. 

Margo’s work, leadership and influence has resulted in significant positive changes at organisational, industry, state and national levels. 

“Margo has been a leading light in this field, and we know that, whatever she chooses to do next, will continue to make an impact. The board congratulated Margo on her important achievements.”  

Lydon who had been the CEO since June 2010, helped also to create innovative solutions, influenced national policy agendas and led the development of the Indicators of a Thriving Workplace Survey, the organisation said. 

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