Leadership & staff

At the heart of INHSU are dedicated teams and individuals who oversee our strategic approach and ensure the smooth day-to-day running of the organisation.

Our highly respected and professional board connects us to our community, provides access to global experts and supports ongoing innovation. Our secretariat is a small team with big capacity, specialising in strategy, education, programming, and administration.

INHSU is also supported by the Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine (ASHM), who provides on-going, cost-effective infrastructure support.

Our board of directors 

Jason Grebely
President

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The Kirby Institute, UNSW Sydney, Australia.

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Natasha Martin
Vice President

Natasha Martin University of California San Diego, United States

University of California San Diego, United States.

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Erika Castro
Treasurer

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HepC Virtual Clinic, Switzerland.

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Matthew Bonn

Matthew Bonn Canada

Safe Supply & Drug Policy consultant, Drug User Activist & Freelance Writer, Canada.

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Julie Bruneau 

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University of Montreal, Canada.

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Margaret Hellard

Margaret Hellard Burnet Institute, Australia

Burnet Institute, Australia.

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Matt Hickman

Matt Hickman University of Bristol, United Kingdom

University of Bristol, United Kingdom.

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Andrew Scheibe

Andrew Scheibe INHSU

TB HIV Care, South Africa.

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Tracy Swan

Tracy Swan Consultant, New York

Consultant, United States.

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Our secretariat

  • Emma Day, Executive Director
    Emma oversees INHSU’s operational activities, policies, and strategy. She is an experienced program manager specialising in clinical workforce development, and has expertise in governance, business development and strategic planning.
  • Nikitah Habraken, Program Manager
    Nikitah leads INHSU’s programs and operations. Her expertise covers program and project management, partnerships, business development, clinical workforce development and program evaluation.  
  • Brooke Nolan, Senior Marketing and Communications Officer
    Brooke is responsible for the marketing of INHSU and INHSU’s projects. Her expertise crosses communications strategy, planning, writing, and digital marketing.
  • Michelle Kwok, Project Officer
    A vital member of the INHSU team, Michelle supports all INHSU activities, including project delivery, member communications and organisational operations.