Dr Kerry Chant
Chief Health Officer, NSW Ministry of Health
Dr Kerry Chant is a public health physician, Chief Health Officer for New South Wales (NSW) and Deputy Secretary, Population and Public Health, NSW Ministry of Health. Dr Chant has extensive public health experience, having held a range of senior public health positions in NSW since 1991. She has a particular interest in bloodborne virus infections, communicable disease prevention and control, and Indigenous health
Dr Miriam Grotowski
Clinical Dean - Peel Clinical School University Newcastle Department of Rural Health
Dr Miriam Grotowski is a Senior Lecturer in Medicine at the University of Newcastle Department of Rural Health (UONDRH) based in Tamworth. Miriam Graduated from UoN with a Bachelor of Medicine in 1989, completed her FRACGP in 1995 and has undertaken a Diploma in Psychiatry (Eating Disorders). She completed her Masters in Medical Education (Dist.) through Dundee UK in 2020.
Dr Merissa Cappetta
BMedSc, MBBS, FRACGP, FAChAM
General Practitioner and Staff Specialist- Addiction Medicine Kirketon Road Centre
Nicolas Parkhill AM
Nicolas Parkhill AM has over 30 years of experience in the public and community health. Since 2009 Nicolas has been the CEO of ACON. Prior to this role Nicolas worked in a variety of senior management and policy roles for NSW Health and the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet. He has a background in health policy, social marketing campaign management and public relations. Nicolas is a former board member of ACON, the Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations (AFAO) and APCOM, the peak body in the Asia Pacific region for men who have sex with men and transgender people in relation to HIV, sexual health and wellbeing, and human rights.