Summit Programme

  • + - Day 1: Learning Sessions – Wednesday, 26 October


    Welcome to Day 1


    The purpose of today's learning sessions are to:

    • build a common understanding of movement progress,
    • create energy for the next six months of work,
    • build movement capacity for improvement work,
    • create opportunities for community teaching and leadership,
    • hold space for human connection across communities.


    The Learning Sessions are for existing and emerging Advance to Zero Communities involved in a Zero campaign/project/collaboration in their local are only

    All sessions take place on the Boulevard Level, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (entrance via Grey St, South Bank)

    8.30am Registrations & Coffee + Morning Tea
    9.00am Welcome & Introduction
    David Pearson, Australian Alliance to End Homelessness (AAEH)
    Room #2
    9.15pm Energizer & Goals
    Community Solutions
    Room #2
    9.45am Action Planning to End Homelessness
    Community Solutions & David Pearson (AAEH)
    Foundations
    Room #1
    OR
    Lessons for Large-Scale Change
    Community Solutions + Michala McMahon (WA)
    Accelerating
    Room #3
    10.45am Improvement, Aimsetting & Strategy
    Community Solutions + Marie Morrison (Canadian Alliance)
    Room #2
    11.45am Energizer & Goals
    Community Solutions
    Room #2
    Noon LUNCH
    1.00pm Action Planning Scorecard
    Community Solutions
    Foundations
    Room #1
    OR
    Supercharging Service Coordination
    Community Solutions + George Hatvani (VIC)
    Accelerating
    Room #3
    2.30pm Energizer & Goals
    Community Solutions
    Room #2
    2.45pm Building a Quality By-Name List
    Community Solutions + Celeste Harris (NSW)
    Foundations
    Room #1
    OR
    Expanding Beyond Rough Sleepers
    Community Solutions + Marie Morrison (Canadian Alliance)
    Accelerating
    Room #3
    3.45pm Energizer & Goals
    Community Solutions
    Room #2
    4.00pm Community Impact Officers
    Debrief and Coordination
    Room #1
    OR
    LSC Leaders
    Debrief and Coordination
    Room #2
    OR
    Data Leads
    Debrief and Coordination
    Room #3
    5.00pm FREE TIME
    6.30pm DINNER at The Charming Squire
  • + - Day 2: Summit – Thursday, 27 October


    Welcome to Day 2

    All sessions take place on the Boulevard Level, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (entrance via Grey St, South Bank)

    8.00am Registrations & Coffee
    Foyer
    8.40am Official Welcome to Country
    Turrbal People, Traditional Owners of Brisbane
    Songwoman Maroochy
    Room #2
    8.50am Welcome and Housekeeping
    Bec Mac
    9.00am Official Welcome
    Adrian Schrinner, Lord Mayor of Brisbane
    9.15am Lived Experience Presentations
    Al and Tracey
    Room #2
    9.40am State of the Nation: The 'Advance to Zero' movement
    David Pearson
    Room #2
    10.05am MORNING TEA
    10.40am State of the Nation: Panel Discussion
    Facilitated by Rian Watt
    Strategy Lead, International & Initiative Large-Scale Change,
    Community Solutions, USA


    Presenters
    • Michala McMahon
      WA Alliance to End Homelessenss
    • George Hatvani, Launch Housing
      Melbourne Zero
    • Carmel Haugh, Micah Projects
      Brisbane Zero
    • Jeremy Harris
      NSW End Street Sleeping Collaboration
    • Tim Best, Lutheran Care
      Adelaide Zero Project
    Room #2
    11.35am International Panel Discussion: Top Things Needed to End Homelessness
    Facilitated by Lisa McKenzie
    Regional Director Asia Pacific Institute for Healthcare Improvement

    Presenters
    • Iain De Jong
      Org Code, Canada
    • Rian Watt
      Community Solutions, USA
    • Marie Morrison
      Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness, Canada
    • Karyn Walsh
      Chair of the Australian Alliance to End Homelessness, Australia
    • Liz Drapa
      Corporation for Supportive Housing, USA
    Room #2
    12.30pm LUNCH
    1.10pm Challenges in building a by-name list
    MC – Taylor Grills, Community Solutions

    Presenters
    Nick Matheison
    Anglicare WA
    Skilling Up
    Room #1
    OR
    Health and ending homelessness
    Curator – Lisa McKenzie, IHI
    MC – Nicole Bartholomeusz, Cohealth

    Presenters
    • Lisa Wood
      University of Notre-Dame
    • Dr Jane Currie
      Queensland University of Technology
    • Shane Jakupec
      Neami National
    Sharing Out
    Room #2
    OR
    What needs to be done to end first nations homelessness? Action Lab
    Room #3
    2.00pm Understanding improvement
    Curator – Rian Watt, Community Solutions
    MC – Michala McMahon, Western Australian Alliance to End Homelessness

    Presenter
    Marie Morison
    Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness
    Skilling Up
    Room #1
    OR
    Permanent supportive housing – why is it essential?
    Curator/MC – Amanda Hunt, AAEH

    Presenter
    Liz Draper
    Corporation for Supportive Housing
    Sharing Out
    Room #2
    OR
    What is the role of Local Government in ending homelessness?
    Curator/MC – George Hatvani, Launch Housing

    Presenters
    • Barney Wilson
      City of Melbourne/CCCLM
    • Lynda Scott
      Australian Local Government Association
    • Tabitha Pashen
      Brisbane City Council
    Action Lab
    Room #3
    2.50pm Using data and evidence to end homelessness
    Curator/MC – Iain de Jong, Org Code

    Presenters
    • Cameron Parcell
      University of Queensland
    • Selina Tually
      Flinders University
    • Natalie Grant
      AAEH/Micah Projects
    Skilling Up
    Room #1
    OR
    Communications and ending homelessness
    Curator – David Pearson, AAEH
    MC – Howard Ralley, General Manager, Campaigns & Engagement Team – Launch Housing

    Presenters
    • Sarah Quinton
      WAAEH
    • Howard Ralley
      Launch Housing
    Sharing Out
    Room #2
    OR
    How can we strengthen the role of lived experience in ending homelessness?
    Curator/MC – Lorna and Davina, Constellation Project

    Presenters
    • Big Al
    • Tracey
    Action Lab
    Room #3
    3.30pm AFTERNOON TEA
    4.00pm Prevent, reduce and end – towards a national plan to end homelessness
    Facilitated by Jacqui Jones, Constellation Project

    Presenters
    • Rian Watt
      Community Solutions, US
    • Karyn Walsh
      CEO, Micah Projects, Queensland
    • Peter Valpiani
      CEO, End Street Sleeping Collaboration
    • Liz Drapa
      Corporation for Supportive Housing, USA
    • David Pearson
      CEO, Australian Alliance to End Homelessness
    Room #2
    4.40pm Community Milestones Celebration
    Room #2
    4.50pm Launch of the AtoZ Campaign
    Room #2
  • + - Day 3: Workshops – Friday, 28 October


    Welcome to Day 3

    Each event is individually ticketed – please register here

    All sessions take place on the Boulevard Level, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (entrance via Grey St, South Bank)

    8.30am Registrations & Coffee
    9.00am Australian Health Housing and Homelessness Network (A3HN) Forum

    Download A3HN Forum Agenda
    Rooms #1 & #2
    OR
    Australian Homelessness Vulnerability Triage Tool (AHVTT): Front Line Workers Workshop – with OrgCode

    (Invite Only)
    Room #3
    11.00am MORNING TEA
    11.30am Connections2022–National Mental Health Commission Conversation

    (Starts 12pm)
    Room #1
    OR
    Building an Australian Supportive Housing System Workshop

    Download Building an Australian Supportive Housing System Workshop Agenda
    Room #2
    OR
    AHVTT: Cultural Engagement Workshop – with OrgCode

    (Invite Only)
    Room #3
    1.30pm LUNCH Foyer
    2.00pm Ending Homelessness and Local Government Community of Practice Workshop

    (Invite Only – starts 1:30)

    Download Ending Homelessness and Local Government Community of Practice Workshop Agenda
    Room #1
    OR
    AtoZ Research & Impact Workshop

    Download AtoZ Research & Impact Workshop Agenda
    Room #2
    OR
    AHVTT: Lived experience workshop – with OrgCode

    (Invite Only)
    Room #3
    4.00pm SUMMIT WEEK CONCLUDES!
  • + - Speakers


    Speakers

    Listed in alphabetical order.

    International Speakers
    Iain De Jong

    Iain De Jong is a lifelong learner when it comes to homelessness and is relentless in his pursuit to end homelessness. Iain is the President and CEO of OrgCode Consulting Inc.and the author of the The Book on Ending Homelessness. Involved in homelessness since the 1990s, Iain has held a series of positions throughout his career spanning the non-profit, public and private sectors.

    He is also a former part-time faculty member in the Graduate Planning Programme at York University. A frequent keynote speaker, conference presenter and media commentator on homelessness, Iain is a thought leader in making homelessness rare, brief and non-recurring. Iain is an advisor to various orders of government throughout Canada and the United States, supports the work of the National Alliance to End Homelessness, Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness, and the Australian Alliance to End Homelessness, and provides consultation and advisory services to dozens of non-profit organisations and governments annually.

    In 2015, Iain started the Leadership Academy on Ending Homelessness and has worked with over 800 leaders that share the desire to end homelessness. Much of Iain’s work these days focuses on strategic planning for community effectiveness in responding to homelessness, integrating harm reduction practices in supportive housing, ensuring supports to people exiting homelessness are effectively delivered, improving emergency accommodation to be housing-focused, and ensuring street outreach services to rough sleepers and encampments are focused on housing solutions.

    Liz Drapa

    Liz Drapa lives in Chicago, IL, USA and has 25 years of experience in social policy and ending homelessness, affordable housing with services, technical assistance, and training. As the VP for Field Operations and Consulting at Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH), Liz provides overall direction for CSH’s geographically based teams to create quality supportive housing across the US.  Liz has worked in communities to create supportive housing and support efforts to end homelessness including Chicago, Houston, Orlando, and San Diego. Before CSH, Liz worked for the Chicago Continuum of Care (now All Chicago, ICF Consulting, and the U.S. Department of Housing and Development’s Office of HIV/AIDS Housing.

    Marie Morrison

    Marie Morrison is a dynamic veteran leader and innovator with over 20 years of experience in housing and homelessness. Prior to joining the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness (CAEH), Marie worked for 15 years with the Region of Waterloo delivering federal, provincial and local funding and working with community partners to create a housing focused system designed to end homelessness. Over the years, Marie has participated in many federal and provincial advisory groups and was one of two people from Canada chosen to join in the Institute for Global Homelessness inaugural Leadership Program. She joined the Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness as the Director of the 20,000 Homes Campaign in 2017. Under her leadership, the 20,000 Home Campaign exceeded its goal and relaunched in 2019 as Built for Zero Canada, focussed on ending chronic and veteran homelessness.

    Now as the Director of Built for Zero Canada, Marie leads a team working with 40+ communities across Canada with the goal of proving that homelessness is solvable.

    Rian Watt

    Rian Watt (he/him) is the Strategy Lead for Community Solutions' International and Initiative Large-Scale Change work, leading Community Solutions' work supporting partners building large-scale movements to end homelessness across Australia, Canada, Denmark, the United States, and the United Kingdom. Rian joined Community Solutions from Abt Associates, a national research and technical assistance firm based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

    As a Senior Analyst at Abt, Rian led or worked on major homelessness research projects designed to identify and address the barriers that stand between people and safe, stable, and secure housing. Prior to joining Abt, Rian was a human capital consultant for Deloitte Consulting’s federal practice. He’s the proud son of immigrants (from West Bengal and Scotland, respectively).

    Australian Speakers
    Tim Best

    Working as a Case Manager across multiple NGO’s in the homelessness sector since 2013, Tim is passionate about improving systems and service delivery for those most vulnerable in our community. Working in the sector both before and after the formation of the Alliances, Tim has witnessed improvements and challenges and is committed to make services easier to navigate. Tim studied a Bachelor of Social Work and Social Planning at Flinders University.

    Tim is Community Lead, Adelaide Zero Project + Toward Home Alliance

    Jeremy Harris

    Jeremy has been the Community Impact Manager at End Street Sleeping Collaboration (ESSC) since January 2021. He has spent over 20 years working in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors, helping organisations design and implement performance improvement programs.

    Before joining ESSC Jeremy spent 10 years leading reforms to human services programs in the areas of child protection, corrective services, palliative care, mental health and Aboriginal economic development. He was a driving force behind the NSW Government’s successful Social Impact Investment Policy and program.

    Jeremy is passionate about the power of information, evidence-based policy and services, and has been an advocate for increasing the use of data and evaluation to improve human services and the lives of vulnerable people.

    George Hatvani

    George Hatvani is the Functional Zero Manager for Launch Housing.

    He leads the establishment of ‘Zero’ projects across Metropolitan Melbourne on behalf of the Australia Alliance to End Homelessness. These include the Port Phillip, Frankston, Stonnington and Dandenong Zero projects and Melbourne Service Coordination where a By-Name List has been in use since May 2020.

    Prior to this role, George was the Manager of Service Development and Research for HomeGround and Launch Housing between 2009 and 2021. He has a background in client practice which started in the intellectual disability sector in the mid-1990, before moving into the Psychiatric Disability Rehabilitation Support sector, and then homelessness from 2001.

    George is currently nearing the end of his PhD at Swinburne University. His thesis is titled, “Ending homelessness in Victoria and the potential for a System Dynamics approach to provide greater understanding and policy directions for men sleeping rough”.

    Carmel Haugh

    Carmel's peers recognise her as a progressive Urbanist and passionate advocate for Equality. As the Systems Lead of Brisbane Zero, she collaborates with services and the community to create solutions to prevent, reduce and end homelessness in Brisbane. Carmel brings with her a rich history and 20 years experience working in senior strategic and partnership management roles in the creative industries and built environment across both private and government sectors.

    Carmel uses an enabling approach in the network to help drive the emergence of ideas to scale up systems change. Integral to this, is successful collaborating at cross discipline levels of government, business, community, philanthropy, and peak sector bodies. Carmel has recently completed an MBA at Queensland University of Technology and takes a human centric approach to solving the complex problem of homelessness.

    Michala McMahon

    Michala has been working in the homelessness sector for over a decade. Prior to joining the WA Alliance to End Homelessness as the Director of Practice and Improvement, Michala managed The Zero Project (led by Ruah Community Services) providing backbone support to the Housing First Homelessness Initiative and overarching sector collaboration and homelessness responses in Western Australia.

    Michala is a results-driven collective impact coach, guiding and supporting communities across the region, working to address and advocate for systemic change. A collaborative visionary with practical skills in action research, service delivery, project development, and management, Michala is passionate about building the collective capacity of the community sector and engaging people in conversations about social disadvantage and the complexities of homelessness.

    Michala has been helping to lead the State-wide Advance to Zero movement to End Homelessness in WA, supported by and aligned with the National and International A-Z Movement and WA’s 10-year strategy to end homelessness.

    Michala is focused on continually improving the service system to enhance positive outcomes for vulnerable people and to demonstrate that ending homelessness is possible.

    David Pearson

    David recognises that ending homelessness is possible and that it’s not normal for communities to have people sleeping rough or something we should accept. He has worked towards this goal in a range of roles in the community, government, university and philanthropic sectors, including currently as the CEO of the Australian Alliance to End Homelessness and a senior advisor for the Institute of Global Homelessness (IGH)

    Sarah Quinton

    Sarah is a former journalist turned political campaigner, community organiser, media adviser and strategic communications specialist and has worked for Government Ministers and Senators, unions and the not-for-profit sector. Most recently she campaigned for greater funding into community mental health supports managing the Prevent Support Health campaign for the WA Association for Mental Health.

    Peter Valpiani

    Peter is the CEO of the End Street Sleeping Collaboration, the backbone organisation supporting the NSW Homelessness sector to halve street sleeping by 2025, and end it by 2030.

    Peter started his career working in remote Indigenous Communities in Cape York before transitioning into the Homeless Sector in Sydney. For the past seven years, he has worked in executive roles designing and delivering support services across the housing continuum, as well as a range of residential and community-based health services for people experiencing homelessness.

    Peter has a passion for innovation and technology as a means of improving client outcomes, winning a 2022 HESTA Impact Award for innovation in primary healthcare.

    Facilitators/Break out Sessions
    Nicole Bartholomeusz

    Nicole has worked extensively in public health and government in executive and non-executive roles for over 20 years and has been Chief Executive at cohealth since 2019 having served in a range of leadership roles in community health since 2006.

    Nicole is passionate about community health and committed to the mission of improving health in partnership with individuals and the community. Social justice and health equity are the core principles of her decision-making and key drivers of her advocacy priorities. She feels privileged to have led an organisation that has consistently delivered outstanding services for communities who experience disadvantage.

    This year cohealth’s contribution to the health system and support for the community was recognised with the organisation named the Premier’s Health Service (Primary) of the Year.

    Nicole has extensive governance experience, having served in a number of non-executive Board roles across the healthcare sector. She is currently serving as Non-Executive Director and Deputy Board Chair of Dental Health Services Victoria and Non-Executive Board Director for the Victorian Healthcare Association. Nicole has previously held non-executive Board roles with Western Health and the Macedon Ranges North Western Metropolitan Medicare Local.

    With her clinical background, governance experience and expertise in primary care and the acute sector, Nicole is uniquely positioned to understand the Australian healthcare landscape, navigate change and lead system reform. Nicole’s commitment to address the social determinants of health has led her to pursue policy change beyond health system reform, as Co-Chair of the Australian Health, Housing and Homelessness Network and a member of Homes Melbourne’s Interim Homelessness Advisory Group.

    Nicole has a Masters of Business Administration and, outside of work, she loves spending time with family and friends, travelling, cooking and keeping fit.

    Dr Jane Currie

    Dr Jane Currie is Associate Professor in Nursing at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane. Jane’s research focus is investigating and evaluating the impact of health services on access to health care, particularly for vulnerable populations. Jane chair’s the homeless health research team at St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney, and practices clinically as a nurse practitioner one day each week with Micah Projects, Brisbane.

    Davina Dressler Manager, Advocacy, Relationships and Inclusion
    The Constellation Project
    Nat Garth

    Natalie Garth is the Data Lead for the Australian Alliance to End Homelessness and works with Micah Projects supporting the Brisbane Zero Campaign.

    Natalie works alongside communities across Australia to support the use of the common screening tool and the Advance to Zero Database. She assists communities with implementing local zero campaigns or projects using the tools and methodology and facilitates ongoing analysis and research using the data collected across Australia for local communities and nation wide advocacy for changes to the housing and homelessness service system.

    Natalie has a Bachelor of Science, Masters of Health Management and Masters of International Public Health, through which she studied how to improve the health of marginalized populations, with a particular focus of women and children in developing countries. She uses her knowledge and skill in the social service sector to continue rolling the Advance to Zero Methodology across Australia and believes that homelessness is solvable!

    Alicia Hall

    Alicia has worked in the Housing Research team at the National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation for approximately two years, where she has undertaken research on a diverse range of topics, including social impact reporting in the community housing sector (including some of the positive socio-economic impacts of residing in community housing) as well as work on the effect of COVID and associated population movements on regional housing markets. Alicia has extensive research and analytical experience gained from twenty years working in the Commonwealth Government, including most recently, in housing, income and tax related policy at the Parliamentary Library. Alicia holds a Bachelor of Economic (Hons) (University of Sydney) as well as a Masters of Professional Accountancy (University of Canberra).

    Nick Mathieson

    Nick Mathieson is a Housing Coordinator at Anglicare WA leading a team supporting people experiencing homelessness in Perth’s South West Metro, prior to this Nick worked as an AOD Housing Case Manager within the team he manages today.

    Nick has over 15 years’ experience working in various roles within the housing and homelessness sector in both the UK and Australia.

    Driven by his own lived experience, he takes pride in providing the best support possible to those that present in need.

    As a Housing Coordinator, his goals are to work in collaboration with the local community services through the Zero Project to achieve functional zero homelessness in the South West Metro.
    Nick has been recognized for his hard work in a Covid-19 response initiative of the Housing Stability Project and received a Special Commendation from Consumer Protection as the project supported over 185 people across Western Australia for their immediate housing needs after receiving the Residential Rent Relief Grant.

    Nick has been in Australia for 10 years but has never lost his passion for his home town football club of Leicester City.

    Prof. Cameron Parsell

    Cameron is Professor of the social sciences at the University of Queensland. His primary area of research is poverty, homelessness, social services, and charity aimed at addressing social disadvantage.

    Howard Ralley

    Experienced marketing and fundraising professional, with past Executive leadership roles with Lonely Planet, CARE Australia, Youth Support and Advocacy Service (YSAS) and Save the Children. Howard is currently the General Manager of Campaigns and Engagement at Launch Housing and is passionate about how we can make Melbourne a world leading city in ending homelessness.

    Linda Scott

    Councillor Linda Scott GAICD is an experienced non-executive director and local government leader, currently serving as the President of the Australian Local Government Association. Linda represented Australia’s 537 local governments on the National Reform Federation Council alongside the Prime Minister, Premiers and Chief Ministers, and now represents local governments on the National Cabinet and the Council of Federal Financial Relations, where required, as well as on a range of intergovernmental bodies including the Joint Council on Closing The Gap and the Meeting of Infrastructure and Transport Ministers.

    Linda is also a Labor Councillor at the City of Sydney, first elected in 2012 and re-elected in 2016 and 2021. She has served as Deputy Lord Mayor and on the Council’s committees, including the Central Sydney Planning Committee. During her time on the City of Sydney Council, Linda has successfully advocated for more affordable housing and green spaces, increased early education and care centres, new skate parks, and boosted city funding for climate change action.

    Salina Tually

    Associate Professor Selina Tually is a geographer, evaluator and the Deputy Director of the Centre for Social Impact Flinders University. Selina has deep expertise in co-designing and co-creating better programs, places and outcomes for disadvantaged and vulnerable people and communities. She is a passionate advocate for equity, inclusion and connectedness, including supporting and promoting the voice of lived experience in system and program design and research.

    Selina proudly describes herself as a practical University-based researcher. She has had the privilege of being an embedded researcher/evaluator in a range of settings where she has been able to look at the evidence-policy-practice nexus from a range of angles, and support organisational and individual capacity building. She is currently embedded part-time with the SA Housing Authority where she has been facilitating the co-design of the specialist homelessness services and domestic and family violence sector outcomes framework. Selina has been involved with the Adelaide Zero Project to end rough sleeping homelessness in inner Adelaide since its inception in 2016, and was the embedded researcher in that initiative.

    Selina has been involved in projects covering a range of aspects of housing and homelessness, as well as community development.

    Neil Willmett

    Neil is a national leader in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander housing, health, economic development and administration. He is known as a leading thinker for his work in strategy, policy development and its implementation.

    He has a successful track record leading the development of complex and sensitive economic, social and housing and health policy, projects and initiatives as well as structural, capability and cultural change reforms. He has also led a number of other national and state business, health and procurement policies and programs over the last 20 years.

    Neil is the current CEO of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Housing peak body – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Housing Queensland (Housing Queensland). As the CEO of Housing Queensland responsible for implementing the strategic vision of the organisation and overall management of the organisation.

    Throughout his career, Neil has led a number of organisations at the Board and executive management level. He is the former long-term CEO of Australia’s largest peak body - Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council (QAIHC) whose work saw greater investment and accountability in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health in Queensland.

    Neil is an Aboriginal man with family connections to the Waanyi people of the Gulf of Carpentaria and the Kuku Yalanji people of Far North Queensland.

    Prof. Lisa Wood

    Professor Lisa Wood is a tireless advocate for research being relevant and useful to the real world, and the need for academia to go beyond “the ivory tower” to make a difference. She is passionate in both her professional and personal commitment to preventing and reducing health disparities, particularly among some of the most vulnerable people in our society. Lisa is recognised nationally and internationally, for her leadership in the homelessness and health field. In 2017 she founded the Home2Health research team, and leads its growing program of innovative multidisciplinary research and evaluation.

    There is a strong focus on the involvement of people with a lived experience of homelessness as a voice in Lisa’s research, along with close collaborations with health and homelessness services to ensure research relevance and translation. Other areas of current research include family and domestic violence prevention and closing the gap in Aboriginal wellbeing. Her academic career is complement ed by extensive experience in the fields of public health and health promotion, across government and non-government settings and a range of health issues.

  • + - Sponsors