Besides being our Head Trainer, Cam served as Committee President for several years. He brings lived experience to his current Committee role, as Consumer Advocate.
Cam has battled bipolar depression since his late teens, and relies on exercise to maintain his own mental health.
Cam is a (Tennis Australia) certified Cardio Tennis coach, and an internationally published freelance journalist. He holds a BA (Communications) and is completing a Cert IV in Training & Assessment.
Sarah is a professional risk manager with a love of sport and adventure. She also spent a few years as a personal trainer and has a degree in Physiology. Sarah knows the value exercise makes to her mental health and is passionate about bringing it to others. Her love of adventure has taken her on expeditions down the Nile and Murray Rivers. Sarah joined Mood Active as the organisation Secretary in May 2020.
Lana is a registered psychologist with a background in Sport and Performance Psychology. With over 20 years of experience, Lana has worked as a psychologist for elite sporting groups providing facilitation, training and individual support to organisations including Cricket NSW, Basketball Australia and the Australian Tenpin Bowling team.
She joined Mood Active in December and is involved in strategy setting and providing supervision for our coaches
Dr Susannah Ward is a Specialist Physician of Rehabilitation Medicine working & living in Newcastle NSW. She qualified as a rehabilitation physician in 2018 with the Basmajian Award for best fellowship clinical exam performance. She has over 10 years of experience training and working in public hospitals across
NSW. She now works in private practice and does rehabilitation locum private and public hospital work.
Elizabeth Ann is the Managing Director of boutique management consulting firm Resolve Strategy. She has more than 25 years’ experience working across Australian and NZ Government, both as a Senior Executive and as a consultant. Elizabeth has managed complex programs across many disciplines including Disability and Community Services, Health, Sustainability, Transport and Law Enforcement. Elizabeth specialises in Strategy, Governance, Program Management and Evaluation, Organisational Transformation and Stakeholder Engagement. She holds a Bachelor of Laws, majoring in Business and Economics. Elizabeth has lived experience of depression and anxiety, and is passionate about the difference that exercise makes to mental health.