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Membership

The Australian Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance (ACDPA) provides an independent voice addressing key risk factors of chronic disease and advocating for policy that recognises the value of prevention. Our membership is underpinned by shared risk factors for chronic diseases, including overweight and obesity, unhealthy eating, and physical inactivity.

Cancer Council Australia
Diabetes Australia
National Heart Foundation of Australia

Kidney Health Australia
Stroke Foundation

Governance

ACDPA is guided by a Steering Committee, which comprises the Chief Executive Officer from each member organisation and Executive Officer. The Chair rotates among member organisations.

  • Sharon McGowan (Chair) – Chief Executive Officer, Stroke Foundation

  • Tanya Buchanan – Chief Executive Officer, Cancer Council Australia

  • Greg Johnson – Chief Executive Officer, Diabetes Australia

  • Chris Forbes - Chief Executive Officer, Kidney Health Australia

  • Bill Stavreski – GM Heart Health and Research, National Heart Foundation of Australia

  • Monique Devereux​ - National Manager Public Affairs & Media, Stroke Foundation

  • Liam Ferney – Media & Policy, Diabetes Australia

  • Clare Hughes - Nutrition Program Manager, Cancer Council New South Wales

  • Julie Anne Mitchell – Director Health Strategy, National Heart Foundation of Australia

  • Prema Thavaneswaran - Policy & Advocacy, Stroke Foundation

  • Megan Varlow – Director Cancer Control Policy, Cancer Council Australia

  • Emma Lonsdale – Executive Officer, Australian Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance

Other alliances

NCD Alliance

The NCD Alliance brings together a global network of more than 2,000 organisations in 170 countries to elevating chronic diseases (noncommunicable diseases or NCDs) onto the global health and development agenda.

Find out about ACDPA's history

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