Mental health at work ambassadors

Leaders play an important role in reducing stigma and driving policies and practices at work that promote mental health. Meet our ambassadors.

Our ambassadors

We have partnered with leaders from a range of industries and sectors, who are creating positive change.

These ambassadors are: 

  • raising awareness of the importance of workplace mental health by speaking at events and in the media 

  • reducing stigma by talking openly about mental health and sharing their personal experiences  

  • sharing strategies on how they prioritise the mental health and wellbeing of their team and themselves 

  • encouraging other leaders to create mentally healthy workplaces. 

Are you interested in our ambassadors for speaking opportunities? Contact us

What is a Mentally Healthy Workplace?

Dr Chris Doyle
Chris has been the Group Head of Environment, Health and Safety for the Lendlease Group for over 15 years and is a passionate advocate for mental health support in the building and construction sector.
Fiona Simson
Fiona is the first female President of National Farmers Federation in its 40 year history and is passionate about the growth and sustainability of rural and regional Australia.
Em Hogan
Em is the Secretary of the Department of Customer Service (DCS) leading over 10,000 people and is committed to driving change in the NSW Government sector.
Ross Jones
Ross is CEO of the Anglican Church Growth Corporation (ACGC) and former Vice President and Executive Director of Strategic Growth, Jacobs’ AsiaPac and Middle East Region.
Clive Miller
Clive is CEO of Support Act, a music charity that provides crisis relief and mental health and wellbeing support to musicians, crew and music workers
Grham Ragg
Graham is Managing Director at Western Earthmoving Pty Ltd (WEM), a family-owned business with over 60 years civil contracting experience and over 160 employees.
John Brogden

As a national mental health and suicide prevention advocate, Chairman of Lifeline Australia, President of LifeLine International and former CEO of Lifeline, John has shared his lived experience with mental health, suicide and recovery to help others.

Dave Burroughs
Dave is a psychologist and Westpac Group’s Chief Mental Health Officer, focused on the development and implementation of Westpac’s mental health strategy.
Dr Peter Cock
Peter is CEO at Newcastle Airport which manages over 5,000 flights and 1.3 million passengers per year and is leading positive change in the transport sector.

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