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Dr. Erin Lalor was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Alcohol and Drug Foundation in November 2017. Erin has over 20 years of leadership experience in the health sector, working in clinical, academic and executive roles, and was most recently the CEO of the National Stroke Foundation and a Director of the World Stroke Organisation. She sits on a number of advisory committees in relation to public health, clinical improvements and evidence based approaches to healthcare delivery. Erin has a strong track record in developing and strengthening organisations and brings a vast range of skills and experience to the ADF. She has a Bachelor of Applied Science (Speech and Hearing Science) and completed her PhD in 1997.
Glen Douglas joined the Alcohol and Drug Foundation as our Chief Operating Officer in March 2018. Glen previously held various high-level consulting roles providing operational and strategic leadership to a number of start-up and established businesses. Prior to that, Glen spent 10 years in various executive leadership roles within Australia Post, as well as time at NAB, Barclays Bank UK and British Telecom in London. With a consultative, engaging and practical style, Glen has a long history developing people and teams to drive improvements for clients in systems and operational processes.
Daisy’s role as Head of Program Development & Evaluation is to oversee design, development, and evaluation of new programs and services at the ADF. Prior to joining the ADF in January 2015, Daisy worked across sport, local government, corporate consulting, and health in both Australia and the UK. Holding both a PhD and a Clinical Doctorate, Daisy is passionate about the application of evidence-based approaches to alcohol and other drugs prevention.
Allan Murphy joined the ADF in January 2011 as our Health Promotion Manager. He has over 25 years of experience in developing and implementing programs and services, both at the local and national level. Allan brings to our Executive Team expertise in the delivery of all ADF programs, ensuring each program is evidence informed, designed to run efficiently and achieves its goal in reducing alcohol and other drug related harm in Australia. As a visionary leader, Allan continues to work to increase the impact and reach of programs and services offered by the Alcohol and Drug Foundation.
Cinzia Marrocco has joined the ADF having worked in Marketing and Communications for more than 15 years. With extensive experience building brands, overseeing digital projects, implementing effective strategies and building high performance teams to execute integrated campaigns, Cinzia is a leader who is passionate about advocacy, innovation, marketing, brand management, internal and external communication and fundraising.
Most recently she has held leadership and operations roles overseeing marketing, advertising and communications teams within Quit Victoria (part of Cancer Council Victoria) and YMCA Victoria.
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Michael Doery joined the Board in 2003 and soon became the Treasurer. He became Chair in December 2009. Michael has been a chartered accountant for over 25 years with much of that time spent with KPMG and predecessor firms in Australia and overseas. He is Managing Director of Viatek Services, a technology services-based organisation, offering tailored business solutions in print, telephony and IT. Michael is a director of various companies.
Professor Tanya Chikritzhs joined the ADF Board in 2010 and took on the role of Chair of the Research Advisory Committee in 2012. She is a Professor at the National Drug Research Institute (NDRI), Curtin University where her role is to lead the Alcohol Policy Research team. She has a background in epidemiology and biostatistics, is Principal Investigator for several national projects and has published over 100 peer reviewed journal papers and reports on the epidemiology of alcohol, alcohol policy and related areas. Tanya regularly contributes to discussions in the media on alcohol-related issues and is an advocate for evidence-based alcohol policy.
Genevieve joined the ADF Board in 2014 also taking on a role in the Audit and Risk Committee. Genevieve has extensive experience in enterprise risk management, health management and injury and illness prevention having worked in the health system, insurance and management consulting and bring this experience along with her current work as the General Manager of Health, Safety and Wellbeing at Coles to her board role at the ADF.
Jen is a Senior Manager at PwC and brings over 10 years’ experience consulting in People Transformation, supporting organisations to achieve their purpose through people by transforming attitudes, mindsets, beliefs, behaviours and skills. She has consulted in both the private and public sector, but now focuses on working with Government and NGO organisations on culture and transformation, leadership development and organisational design. Jen is also a volunteer with the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre and is a qualified yoga teacher. Jen joined the Board in November 2015.
Peter is skilled in brand strategy development, brand positioning, creation and implementation of communications programs, and has undertaken a broad range of brand/marketing audits, and research in childcare and early childhood education. He began his working life as a Management Trainee with advertising firm, Ogilvy & Mather Melbourne, with subsequent stints in both London & NZ. After a 20 year career in senior roles with a number of leading advertising agencies and having worked with a broad range of distinguished international and local brands, Peter formed Kendall +Partners, a marketing communications consultancy in 1998. He has held a number of directorships and management committee roles and is an immediate past president of VSL Ski Club. Peter joined the ADF Board in December 2015.
Philippa Kelly joined the ADF Board in 2009 and took on the role as Chair of the Audit & Risk Committee in 2010. Philippa has over 25 years’ experience in the corporate sector, with a background in law and investment banking. She has held a number of senior executive roles in the property and funds management industry over the past 15 years and is currently Chief Operating Officer at the Juilliard Group, a private property group, which owns and manages a substantial portfolio of Melbourne CBD and suburban office buildings and a sub-regional shopping centre. Philippa is an experienced non-executive director, appointed to the Deakin University Council in 2010 and is Chair of the University’s Finance and Business Committee. She is also a Non-Executive Director of publicly listed Lifestyle Communities.
Ron Steiner is the Group Executive, Customer and Public Relations for McMillan Shakespeare, a listed and innovative financial services company. He has over 30 years experience in management, sport and education, including extensive periods in senior executive roles with Australian Cricket and Australian Rugby. Ron has worked closely with senior executives and senior coaches of Australian companies and teams, and has a range of community interests. Ron joined the Alcohol and Drug Foundation board in 2006.
John is Managing Director – Government Services at Dentsu Mitchell Media (DMM) Melbourne (formerly Mitchell & Partners, part of the global Dentsu Aegis Network Group). John is an experienced senior executive with significant work experience in corporate affairs, government relations, marketing and media. His 23-year career to date, John has been responsible and accountable for the leadership of a number of successful corporate affairs, government relations and marketing and media teams. Prior to joining Mitchell & Partners John held the role of Senior Manager of Road Safety and Marketing at the Transport Accident Commission (TAC), responsible for the road safety prevention program, advertising campaigns and education programs for nine years at the TAC. He has also held positions with VicUrban and the Essendon Football Club in previous years. John joined the ADF Board in December 2015.