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Our Directors

The Danila Dilba Health Service board of directors is made up of Aboriginal people living in the Yilli Rreung Region. The board is responsible for managing and controlling the affairs of Danila Dilba Health Service in accordance with the Rules of the Association. The board also receives advice from the Danila Dilba Audit and Risk Management Committee

Our Directors


 

Carol Stanisiaus

Carol Stanislaus (Chairperson)

Carol is a Tiwi woman, born and raised in Darwin. She has worked in a variety of Indigenous positions in alcohol and other drugs, tourism, local government and justice throughout the Northern Territory and holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Aboriginal Community Management and Development. Carol currently works with the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet. 

 

Term expires: 2020 Annual General Meeting

 

Vanessa Harris

Vanessa Harris 

Vanessa is the Executive Officer of the Northern Territory Mental Health Coalition. She holds a Bachelor of Health Science, majoring in Management, from Flinders University. Vanessa’s career has included employment with the Commonwealth Government, Office of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health (OATSIH), the Katherine West Health Board, an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health service, and the Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health and the Lowitja Institute.

Term expires: 2022 Annual General Meeting

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Camille Lew Fatt

Camille is a local Aboriginal woman, born and raised in Darwin. She holds a Graduate Certificate in Business (Public Sector Management), Bachelor of Commerce and Diploma of Business. Camille is currently the Director of Aboriginal Employment and Career Development with the Northern Territory Government.

Term expires: 2022 Annual General Meeting

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Shannon Daly (nee Grant) (Deputy Chairperson)

Shannon is employed by the Top End Health Service as the Consumer and Cultural Consultant at Royal Darwin Hospital. Shannon has 13 years’ experience as an Aboriginal Health Practitioner (AHP, previously AHW), educator and lecturer, having completed her AHP training through Danila Dilba in 2001. Shannon has worked in various roles that gave her an opportunity to see Aboriginal Health through different lenses. She is passionate about the AHP’s vital role in providing culturally safe and competent care to Aboriginal people and is committed to growing the profession and engaging the profession at various tiers within Health. She is a team player who values respect, professional support, impartiality and ethical practice. Her strengths are in evidence-based strategic thinking, critical thinking, innovation and practicality. 

Term expires: 2022 Annual General Meeting

 
 
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Bronwyn Rossingh (non-member)

Bronwyn has been working and living in the NT for over 20 years. She has a strong background in accounting and governance.  She is a Fellow of the Certified Practising Accountants of Australia and has a PhD in accounting.  Bronwyn has worked extensively in remote Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory and Western Australia in the areas of financial management, governance, community engagement, enterprise development, financial capability and well-being, education and pathway development. Bronwyn is passionate about supporting the vision of Aboriginal communities and organisations.   

Term expires: March 2021

 
 

Samantha Crossman (nee Ludwig)

Samantha Crossman is a Kungarakan-Gurindji woman from the Northern Territory and is a highly accomplished policy and project manager with more than 20 years of domestic and international experience. Sam is currently Director, Executive Services at the Batchelor Institute. She has Masters’ degrees in International Health Management and in Management of Human Resources.

Term expires: 2020 Annual General Meeting

Deb Butler

Deborah Butler (non-member)

Samantha Crossman is a Kungarakan-Gurindji woman from the Northern Territory and is a highly accomplished policy and project manager with more than 20 years of domestic and international experience. Sam is currently Director, Executive Services at the Batchelor Institute. She has Masters’ degrees in International Health Management and in Management of Human Resources.

Term expires: 5 September 2021