Our senior management team support our board, staff and members. They work together to advocate for diet and nutrition issues affecting all Australians.
Read their profiles below or view our organisation chart.
Chief Executive Officer
Robert is a highly experienced CEO with significant health industry management experience with the National Heart Foundation, Australian Medical Association and most recently as National CEO of St John Ambulance Australia. Robert is a qualified Certified Practising Accountant (CPA), born and bred in Canberra. Robert’s strong focus throughout his career has been to advance professional conduct and he is a passionate advocate for support and encouragement of professional life. As a long time member of his professional body CPA Australia and the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Robert is keen to protect and enhance the professional standing and recognition of dietitians in Australia.
Regulation General Manager
Bree Murray APD
As our General Manager of Regulation, Bree is focused on the quality and safety of the profession and creating a dietetic workforce that is responsive to community needs. Bree has over 20 years' experience in allied health, starting from her early days as a pharmacy assistant through to various roles in nutrition policy, food regulation and management. With a Masters in Nutrition and Dietetics, Bree has also worked in the communications, marketing and professional services areas of Dietitians Australia. When not at her desk, Bree enjoys running by the ocean, exploring local farmers markets and mastering new kitchen creations.
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Chief Finance Officer
Sue is an experienced financial manager, accountant and HR professional. With over 30 years’ experience and qualifications in accounting, management, teaching and governance, Sue takes pride in providing top-class service to Dietitians Australia’s members, staff, suppliers and stakeholders. As our Chief Finance Officer, she also enjoys seeing a balanced balance sheet! A career highlight was the reconciliation of expenditure for a $640 million project spanning 14 years across 3 financial systems. Away from the spreadsheets, Sue has two adult children and two grandchildren who love spending time with their Nanna Sue.
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Marketing and Communications General Manager
Sally Moloney APD
As Dietitians Australia’s Marketing and Communications Manager, Sally is one of our longest standing staff members, having worked for the organisation since 2009. Her enthusiasm for dietetics can be traced further than 2002, when she was the first dietitian to be employed at the English Institute of Sport. An experienced marketing professional, Sally oversees communications and engaging members in our campaigns, activities, events and resources. Whether it’s Dietitians Day, Dietitians Week or our national conference, Sally is passionate about advancing the dietetics industry and increasing member satisfaction. Outside the office, Sally enjoys playing basketball and making the most of her balmy location on the Gold Coast.
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Education Centre General Manager
Bec Mete APD
Bec is our Education General Manager, overseeing Dietitians Australia’s events and Centre for Advanced Learning courses. Bec is passionate about creating evidence-based and life-long learning opportunities for dietitians. It’s a passion she applies to her own life, as she works to complete her Doctor of Philosophy in Dietetics. When she’s not studying or working, Bec enjoys cooking and sharing meals with her large family, as well as looking after her various fur and feathered babies on her rural property outside Canberra.
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Advocacy and Policy General Manager
Nat is our Advocacy and Policy General Manager, overseeing Dietitians Australia’s policy and advocacy portfolio including submissions, stakeholder relations and position statements. She also oversees our Interest Groups and Branches. Nat is an Accredited Practising Dietitian with additional qualifications in exercise physiology and public health. She has previously worked across a range of functions at Dietitians Australia including credentialing, professional services and policy. She has worked as a dietitian and exercise physiologist in mental health. She also has experience in public health, nutrition policy and knowledge translation. Nat is passionate about improving the health and nutrition of the Australian population with a keen interest in public health, chronic disease, and health economics. Outside of work, Nat enjoys exercise, the snow and sea, and spending time with her family and friends.
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