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Media Release - Genevieve Dally


25 July 2019


NTAHC appoints Genevieve Dally as Executive Director 

The Northern Territory AIDS & Hepatitis Council (NTAHC) is pleased to announce it has appointed Genevieve Dally as its new Executive Director, effective 12 August.

Genevieve Dally brings to the job more than 15 years’ experience in sexual health and blood borne viruses with five years’ experience in the Northern Territory.  She joins NTAHC from the Sexual Assault Referral Centre, where she has served as acting manager. In this role, Genevieve has driven the NT-wide rollout of preliminary forensic kits, as well as launching a youth-led sexual health service, through a partnership with headspace Darwin.

A registered nurse, Dally also holds masters level qualifications in business administration and public health. Dally is a member of the Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine and a practitioner member of the Forensic and Medical Sexual Assault Clinicians Australia Committee. 

The board of NTAHC is confident that Genevieve Dally’s unique mix of skills and experience mean she is well positioned to deal with the complex cross cultural landscape of sexual health and blood-borne viruses in the Northern Territory.

Genevieve Dally replaces Kerry Jordan, who finished with NTAHC in January. NTAHC also wishes to acknowledge Daniel Alderman and Ben Wilcock who have each served as Acting Executive Director during the interim period.  


For further information please call Nick Lucchinelli 0422 229 032

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