Our Board members

Kathryn Greiner AO (Chair)
Kathryn Greiner AO (Chair)
Kathryn Greiner has contributed in a wide range of leadership positions in public and private companies, government bodies and non-profit organisations.  She was an elected Councillor to the City of Sydney Council from 1995 until 2004. Kathryn currently chairs an investment fund, Bio Tech Capital and Loreto Kirribilli School Council.

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Carmel Arthur
Carmel Arthur
Carmel has a diverse background which includes strategic planning and investment for public and private infrastructure, extensive experience in justice and offender management and is an advocate for Women in Leadership.

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Professor Nicholas Lintzeris (MBBS, FAChAM, PhD)
Professor Nicholas Lintzeris (MBBS, FAChAM, PhD)
Professor Nicholas Lintzeris is a specialist in addiction medicine and clinical researcher with almost 30 years of experience working in the alcohol and other drugs sector in Melbourne, London and Sydney.

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The Hon. Robert Knowles AO
The Hon. Robert Knowles AO
Rob Knowles is a former Victorian Minister of Health, Housing and Aged Care. His leadership roles include chair of the boards of the Royal Children’s Hospital, the Mental Illness Fellowship of Australia, and the Victorian Health Innovation and Reform Council.

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Scott Wilson
Scott Wilson
Scott Wilson is Director of ADAC, the Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Council (South Australia). His other leadership roles include being Deputy Chair of both the National Indigenous Drug and Alcohol Committee and the Alcohol Education Rehabilitation Foundation.

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Lucinda Nolan APM
Lucinda Nolan APM
Lucinda was a distinguished and decorated career police officer until 2015, rising to Deputy Commissioner with Victoria Police. She was the Deputy Commissioner of Regional Operations, responsible for the four Regions, State Emergencies & Security Command, Transit & Public Safety Command and the new Family Violence Command.

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