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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Wendy Simpson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Wendy Simpson, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Wendy Simpson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Wendy Simpson, often where they are interviewed.

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Wendy Simpson

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Wendy is an experienced business leader and entrepreneur. She received a Medal of the Order of Australia in 2013 for service to the community through a range of women's and youth organisations. That same year, Wendy was inducted into the Australian Businesswomen’s Hall of Fame and named as one of the Australian Financial Review’s 100 Women of Influence. She has also held global leadership roles with QBE Insurance, Alcatel and TNT International. Wendy is on the organising committee of the annual Sydney Prayer Breakfast and the board of World Vision Australia.

May 03 2020 · 45mins
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LTC Properties CEO Wendy Simpson

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Publicly traded health care REITs have been blamed for some of the skilled nursing industry's woes in recent years — after all, how can a provider keep up with annual escalators as it navigates an uncertain reimbursement landscape and ever-rising staffing costs?

But Wendy Simpson, president and CEO of LTC Properties, Inc., says REITs aren't the ones to blame — and that operators should instead make sure that any lease arrangement leaves enough money to put back into their operations before signing on the dotted line.

Listen to this episode of Rethink to learn:

- Why Simpson remains frustrated with the ongoing bankruptcy of tenant Senior Care Centers
- How a dearth of younger, newer operating teams could cause trouble for the industry down the road
- Why REITs still make sense for operators looking to unlock the equity in their assets
- ...and more!
Aug 08 2019 · 23mins
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Suzanne Niles and Wendy Simpson Little – Fast Friends

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If you've read about fasting and praying in the Bible and wondered if it would work for you, then this conversation will help open your eyes to the power that comes from it!  Suzanne and Wendy started a Fasting and Prayer journey together years ago and wrote a book about their ups and downs called Fast Friends: The Amazing Power if Friendship, Fasting, and Prayer.
Jul 25 2019 · 16mins
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The Life of Wendy Simpson OAM from Foster Mother to Global Business Leader

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While Wendy's business career has been exceptional it is her personal life that in many ways defines her. With a strong belief in God, Wendy has spent her life caring for others. Wendy and her husband have fostered 13 children through their home offering love and support to neighbourhood children in need. Wendy is also a cancer survivor and sits on the board of World Vision.   Wendy is an experienced, versatile global business leader and entrepreneur. She is the Chairman of Wengeo Group, an innovative diversified investment group. She is also Chairman of Springboard Enterprises Australia, Australia’s only internationally focussed business accelerator for women entrepreneurs seeking investment capital.  Previously, Wendy was a Senior Vice President of Alcatel Asia Pacific and was responsible for a sales budget of 4.2 billion Euros. She implemented the sales of major mobile and broadband services to 17 countries and was on the team that negotiated with the Chinese Government to bring the internet to China. She has also had global leadership roles with QBE Insurance, Alcatel and TNT International. Wendy is on the organising committee of the annual Sydney Prayer Breakfast.  In February 2013, Wendy was honoured in the Australia Day 2013 Honours with Medal of the Order of Australia for service to the community through a range of women's and youth organisations. On International Women’s Day 2013 she was inducted into the Australian Businesswomen’s Hall of Fame.   Order of Australia Medal Government House, Canberra

Wendy Simpson was conferred with the Order of Australia Medal at the official Ceremony May, 2013. She was listed for the Award as part of the Australia Day announcement 2013 in recognition of her significant contribution to youth organizations, women's groups, mentoring. .

Finalist Telstra Businesswomen's Awards Telstra

In recognition of her leadership in the male dominated telecommunications industry and her key role in helping in the transformation of the industry during its de-regulation, she was a finalist in the Telstra Businesswoman of the Year Awards

Chairman's Prize University of NSW Australian Graduate School of Management

Awarded for academic excellence and leadership contributions to the AGSM during the MBA course

100 women of influence Australian Financial Review/ Westpac
May 20 2016 · 25mins
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The Life of Wendy Simpson OAM from Foster Mother to Global Business Leader

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While Wendy's business career has been exceptional it is her personal life that in many ways defines her. With a strong belief in God, Wendy has spent her life caring for others. Wendy and her husband have fostered 13 children through their home offering love and support to neighbourhood children in need. Wendy is also a cancer survivor and sits on the board of World Vision.   Wendy is an experienced, versatile global business leader and entrepreneur. She is the Chairman of Wengeo Group, an innovative diversified investment group. She is also Chairman of Springboard Enterprises Australia, Australia’s only internationally focussed business accelerator for women entrepreneurs seeking investment capital.  Previously, Wendy was a Senior Vice President of Alcatel Asia Pacific and was responsible for a sales budget of 4.2 billion Euros. She implemented the sales of major mobile and broadband services to 17 countries and was on the team that negotiated with the Chinese Government to bring the internet to China. She has also had global leadership roles with QBE Insurance, Alcatel and TNT International. Wendy is on the organising committee of the annual Sydney Prayer Breakfast.  In February 2013, Wendy was honoured in the Australia Day 2013 Honours with Medal of the Order of Australia for service to the community through a range of women's and youth organisations. On International Women’s Day 2013 she was inducted into the Australian Businesswomen’s Hall of Fame.   Order of Australia Medal Government House, Canberra

Wendy Simpson was conferred with the Order of Australia Medal at the official Ceremony May, 2013. She was listed for the Award as part of the Australia Day announcement 2013 in recognition of her significant contribution to youth organizations, women's groups, mentoring. .

Finalist Telstra Businesswomen's Awards Telstra

In recognition of her leadership in the male dominated telecommunications industry and her key role in helping in the transformation of the industry during its de-regulation, she was a finalist in the Telstra Businesswoman of the Year Awards

Chairman's Prize University of NSW Australian Graduate School of Management

Awarded for academic excellence and leadership contributions to the AGSM during the MBA course

100 women of influence Australian Financial Review/ Westpac
May 20 2016 · 25mins