MelDr Melissa Stoneham, Director
Melissa has over 20 years experience in public health. Melissa oversees all of PHAIWA’s key projects and has a special interest in environment and health and the local government sector.

To contact Melissa, email or phone (08) 9266 9082 or 0421 113 580

Nikki George; Administrator/Project Officer
Nikki is Office Administrator and Project Officer. She also assists with the MediaWatch service.

To contact Nikki email or phone (08) 9266 9078

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Sunni is the editor of The WA Indigenous Storybook, publishes the PHAIWA newsletter and coordinates the MediaWatch and JournalWatch services.

To contact Sunni email or phone (08) 9266 2344 (not in the office Wednesdays).

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Melinda Edmunds, Senior Coordinator
Melinda manages the capacity building program which includes the advocacy short course, professional development events and the mentoring program. Melinda also assists with the MediaWatch, E-news and JournalWatch services.

To contact Melinda email or phone (08) 9266 1544.

DSC_0007Ros Natalotto, Project Coordinator
Ros coordinates the Children’s Environment & Health Local Government Report Card Project. She also assists with the MediaWatch and JournalWatch services.

To contact Ros email or phone (08) 9266 2092 (in the office Monday and Wednesday).

Ainslie Sartori, Research Associate

Ainslie is working on a new online research translation program to be launched in 2018, Ainslie also assists with the MediaWatch service and provides expert nutrition advice on a range of PHAIWA’s projects.   To contact Ainslie please email (in the office Thursdays and Fridays).

Olivia Kamau, Research Associate

Olivia is working on a comprehensive media analysis on sugar taxes.

To contact Olivia please email (in the office on Fridays).

Professor Mike Daube AODaube1
Mike Daube is Professor of Health Policy at Curtin University and Director of the Public Health Advocacy Institute and the McCusker Centre for Action on Alcohol and Youth. Before moving to Curtin in 2005 he was Director General of Health for WA and Chair of the National Public Health Partnership. He is President of the Australian Council on Smoking and Health (ACOSH) and Co-Chair of the National Alliance for Action on Alcohol. Mike is currently on extended leave. Please contact Dr Melissa Stoneham for any enquiries.