DB Results has appointed Candy D’Menzie to the newly created role of Chief Philanthropy and Clinical Adviser (CPCA). This role has become essential as the digital business expands its health portfolio as well as impact in the philanthropic space. As a health expert with clinical experience, D’Menzie successfully combines her health sector knowledge and expertise with digital technology specialists. She is driven by making a difference in people’s lives by improving health outcomes, which is a much-needed perspective.
D’Menzie has over 20 years’ experience in health, including working as a dietitian in hospitals and in food policy and regulation with the Victorian Government. Most recently, she was responsible for developing important health industry products for DB Results’ partners, including PROSTMATE, a telehealth portal for the Australian Prostate Centre, as well as wellbeing application MiOK, which was recently taken up by the Mental Health Foundation Australia and The Salvation Army.
D'Menzie holds an MBA from CQ University and a graduate diploma in nutrition and dietetics from Deakin University. She is a graduate member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
“I am delighted with the opportunity to utilise my clinical experience to grow health industry products and offerings with DB Results. I also look forward to furthering the formation of DB HELP not-for-profit,” D’Menzie said.
"Candy is perfectly placed to drive our continued philanthropic initiatives," said DB Results CEO Andrew Dean. “This will not only enable us to give valuable support back to our communities, but also test new product innovations, create goodwill and brand recognition in DB Results, and deliver real life change and examples of our social contribution.”
DB Results provides leadership in agile and digital transformation projects that drive successful business change for their customers. Find out more about our philanthropy work and our Corporate Social Responsibility.