Giulia Jones is a dynamic and highly accomplished political and not-for-profit leader with broad experience, including ACT Shadow Health Minister, Deputy Leader of the Opposition, trade unions, board directorship, media advisory, and federal and state policy development. In addition to vast governmental expertise and established valuable networks.
Mrs Jones’ not only has a deep understanding of the health system, but a genuine empathy for people suffering from health-related issues born from personal and close family experience.
She also brings a successful track record in robust advocacy, strategy development, organisational excellence, and fundraising. A passionate advocate for the members and stakeholders she serves, she specialises in creating compelling programs that build widespread awareness, fosters engagement, and drives positive change.
As a natural people leader and motivator, Giulia creates a positive, empowering culture with a clear vision that encourages personal fulfilment as well as high performance.
Her advanced communication skills underpin her role as influencer, spokesperson, and credible proponent, while her administrative and organisational abilities ensure best practice process, policy, and governance for optimum results.
Senior Project Manager
Monika has extensive experience in government relations, advocacy, communications and project management. In her most recent role with the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia, Monika was the Advocacy and Communications Manager responsible for raising awareness of medicine-related harm and having it listed as the 10th National Health Priority Area by the Australian Government.
Monika has also previously worked for the national health not-for-profit organisation Dementia Australia. Prior to this she worked in politics and as a journalist. She holds a post graduate masters degree in Industrial Relations and is passionate about communicating and awareness of health issues that impact every day Australians to government, policy makers, the media and broader community.
Chief Financial Officer
Ian has been CFO to Painaustralia since July 2014.
Ian attained his Bachelor of Business in 1980 and has worked as an accountant since that time. In 1998 Ian started his own practice and had a partnership role in various forms of that business up until leaving the profession on a full-time basis in 2014.
Ian has had exposure to a wide variety of clients and industries which have honed his skills as an advisor to many small to medium sized businesses.
Since 2014, Ian has focused extensively on the not-for-profit sector assisting with financial and compliance needs including working with Transplant Australia for 14 years.
Maddy developed a passion for teaching from coaching martial arts as a child. Her passion for design developed during her experience with brain cancer, which she is currently battling and winning! Maddy works with several health advocacy non-profits. She is also an osteopath with an interest in nociplastic pain, neurological conditions, and innovative care.