NSW A-G announces new CEO of NSW Trustee and Guardian

28 July 2022 By Jess Feyder

NSW Attorney-General Mark Speakman has announced the appointment of Caroline Cuddihy as the new chief executive officer of NSW Trustee and Guardian (NSWTG).

NSWTG is the statutory authority responsible for the provision of financial management services for people with disabilities in NSW, along with the provision of independent and impartial executor, administrator and trustee services. NSWTG supports over 35,000 people in NSW each year. 


Ms Cuddihy’s appointment follows an independent recruitment process that was overseen by the public service commissioner. 

Mr Speakman stated that Ms Cuddihy brings extensive leadership experience in the disability, aged-care, and corporate sectors, including her most recent experience as CEO of Sunnyfield DisAbility Services. 

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“Ms Cuddihy is an experienced senior executive, with a demonstrated commitment to improving the lives of, and advocating for, disadvantaged and vulnerable people,” Mr Speakman said. 

“I congratulate Ms Cuddihy on her appointment and wish her well in her new role.” 

Ms Cuddihy commented: “Leading NSWTG is an important role, both for the many people the agency supports, and for the committed staff who every day protect and promote the rights, dignity, and choices of some of our state’s most vulnerable people.” 

Mr Speakman thanked Megan Osborne for acting in the CEO role for the past 13 months. Ms Cuddihy will commence as CEO of NSWTG on 1 August 2022.

NSW A-G announces new CEO of NSW Trustee and Guardian
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