BA. MCom. PhD (Int Public Health)
Klara started her career as a management consultant in strategy, IT and project management before focusing on health issues for those in low and middle income countries. She has a PhD in health policy and economics on Timor Leste. Klara has worked with organisations such as WHO, the World Bank, Gavi, UNAIDS and the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations on the front line in Ghana, Kenya, PNG, India and Thailand, and conducted health evaluations and authored numerous publications including on access to health in low resource settings. She has been a member of ADI’s Program Committee since 2014 and CEO since January 2018.
Yaman spent 18 months in Bougainville PNG, establishing and managing a youth economic development program. He is passionate about social change and dedicated to helping communities experiencing poverty. His field experience includes program design and implementation, mentoring local counterparts, project monitoring and evaluation.
B Comm (UNSW) ACA
Andrew is a Chartered Accountant with over 34 years experience in a variety of industries and corporations both in Australia and the UK.
In the last 3 years he has provided financial services and advice to several not for profit organisations including one in Nepal.
Andrew joined ADI in March 2019
Grad Dip Health Sciences (Primary Health Care), MPH
Starting from a background of nursing and midwifery, Kay then worked in a variety of public health settings for over 20 years including 5 years living and working in remote Aboriginal communities. Kay loves supporting ADI’s PNG staff to implement primary health care, gender equity and maternal health programs.
Mark has over 25 years of clinical experience in private practice as a Dental Surgeon.
As Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Officer, Mark assesses the performance of ADI projects and programs in order to improve the outcomes and the impact of our programs in PNG.
BA (Hons), MIPH
Aisha is cares deeply about sustainable aid and development. She supports the team assessing the performance of ADI projects and programs in order to improve the outcomes and the impact of our programs in PNG.
Masters in International Communications & Development
Amelia has worked with some prestigious organisations in health, including the British Red Cross and London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine; and has lived and worked in Tanzania as a communications specialist in communications; mapping and program report writing.
Brooke has a number of years experience across various industries working in HR, Marketing and Admin roles. She has a strong interest in working with organisations that aim to make a positive difference in the lives of others.
Devlyn has a diploma in Health Education from the University of Goroka, and a diploma in Public Health from the University of PNG. She previously worked as a nursing officer in various provinces around PNG in both rural and hospital settings before becoming the LLG Manager for Murat in New Ireland Province between 2012-2018. At ADI, she enjoys facilitating and training healthcare workers and working with communities.
Sherel graduated from the Divine Word University in Health Management, and is now ADI’s Office Manager in Kavieng responsible for liaising with stakeholders in the New Ireland Provincial Health Authority and Provincial Government; planning outreach health patrols and working with ADI’s Program and Finance Managers to deliver financially sound programs.
Lucy has over 20 years experience in the field of social development. She has worked as a gender equity Trainer and Facilitator and also written and translated gender materials into local contexts working with development organizations and rural communities throughout PNG.
Lucy looks forward for Studies Overseas to attaining Educational Qualification in Gender Studies and writing her thesis on Gender and Family Violence.
BBus (Marketing), MSSc (IntDev)
Jack has previously worked in Vanuatu, Kiribati, and most recently the Solomon Islands on a wide range of clinical trials and health system strengthening projects. Having previously consulted for the World Bank and DFAT, Jack brings a wealth of regional experience to what is an exciting new project in West New Britain.
Aron is a registered pharmacist with Pharmacy Board of PNG, also a registered member of the Pharmaceutical Society of PNG and has a diploma in Health Service Management. Since 2013 Aron has been contracted by OK Tedi mine providing basic health services to all mine affected villages throughout Western Province.