Member of the Supervisory Board
Margot is a successful and experienced senior executive with an in-depth knowledge of public and private healthcare delivery. With a background in laboratory science and research, Margot started her career in South Africa before immigrating to Australia in 1986.
Since then, Margot has held various senior positions in multinational medical organisations. Eventually, she took over the Australian leadership of the world’s largest dialysis company, Fresenius Medical Care.
As Vice President and Managing Director for Australia and New Zealand (ANZ), Margot established the company in the region. She also grew its vertically integrated business model to lead the entire industry sector. Today Fresenius Medical Care has become the largest private operator of dialysis clinics and the largest supplier of dialysis products in ANZ.
Margot then took charge of the strategic acquisition of the Cura Day Hospital Group. The group is Australia’s largest provider of private day hospital facilities. During her tenure as a Director on the Cura Board Margot was instrumental in creating a unique integrated care model for renal patients.
Throughout her career, Margot has focused on strategic growth and strong leadership. She developed her academic knowledge in these areas further by completing postgraduate studies at INSEAD, Harvard and IMD Business schools. Margot is also a graduate of the Australian Institute of Directors
Volunteering with people experiencing homelessness for over 30 years sparked a deep interest in mental health. Margot is passionate about the personalised world-class treatment neuroCare delivers. She is excited about being part of the company’s growth. Aside from her involvement with the neurocare group, Margot currently serves on the advisory board of Hardygroup. The company is an executive recruitment and leadership development specialist working in the area of public health.
Margot continues to volunteer at the Wayside Chapel in Sydney. She also enjoys travelling and camping with her family.