Amanda Cattermole has been the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Digital Health Agency since September 2020. In this role, she leads the development, delivery and uptake of digital health to support a connected healthcare system accessible to all Australians and embraced by healthcare providers.
Before joining the Agency, Amanda held a number of roles at Services Australia including Chief Operating Officer, Deputy Secretary, Health and Aged Care and also interim CEO during the 2019-20 east coast bushfires.
Among other senior roles, Amanda served in the Commonwealth Treasury and Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs as well as state departments in Victoria and Western Australia. Prior to this she worked as a lawyer in Victoria, the Northern Territory and Western Australia.
Amanda holds a Bachelor of Laws, a Bachelor of Commerce, a Master of Laws, Master of Business Administration and received the Public Service Medal in recognition of outstanding public service leading housing reform for Indigenous people in remote communities and National Gambling Reform laws.