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Advisory Committee 


 

Dr Larry Stock


Larry Stock MD, FACEP is an American Emergency Medicine Physician with over ten years of humanitarian experience. Larry is an Emergency Medicine specialist with extensive experience teaching and training Emergency Field Medicine. Larry is indefatigable, and has been, and will continue to be integral to AAI's medical response to disasters. Larry also sits on the American Board of Emergency Medicine, is a Clinical Professor at UCLA School of Medicine, is Vice Chairman, Emergency Department, Antelope Valley Hospital and is an Attending Physician, Emergency Department, Harbor UCLA Medical Center.

Nathan Mullins


Nathan Mullins is a security and training consultant and former police officer, who has spent 3 years in humanitarian operations with AAI. Nathan deployed, as the team leader to Pakistan, Kashmir in response to the South-Asian earthquake in 2006, Timor-Leste crisis in 2006, and the Burma Cyclone in 2008 as part of AAI's Disaster Assessment & Response Team (DART). Nathan has provided security consulting in Iraq, he has worked on the Thai-Burma Boarder in AAI's medical and educational projects and he has worked in Indonesia with AAI's Reconstruction & Disaster Risk Reduction Project. Nathan recently returned from the Burma Cyclone disaster where he headed AAI's emergency response. Nathan travels extensively between AAI's international operations and Australian headquarters.

Stephanie Cleary


Stephanie Cleary holds Post Graduate degrees in Quality Management in Healthcare and Addiction Studies and also holds Diploma's in Nutrition, Remedial Therapies and various other diploma's and certificates in health, finance and project management. Stephanie has worked in emergencies in Sri Lanka, East Timor, Aceh (post tsunami), Philippines, India, Indonesia and also in Cambodia and Vietnam. In 2005 she relocated to Bangkok to spearhead the regional partnership development across Asia for an INGO, resulting in significant funding being secured to support program development and delivery. She has held senior posts in state and federal Australian governments' and specialises in managing change management, operational efficiency and program delivery. In the past Stephanie has been principle adviser to the Minister of Health and was the Chief Executive Officer of the Metropolitan Ambulance Service Royal Commission. She started her career in Aboriginal Health, where she was a nutritional educator and a residential alcohol and drug worker for women.

Frank Tyler


Frank Tyler has been involved in humanitarian aid for over 20 years in numerous disaster and conflict zones around the world including the Middle East, Eastern Europe, Africa, Asia, South-East Asia and the Pacific. His experience ranges from emergency relief to post disaster recovery in both natural and complex emergencies. Frank’s areas of experience include: disaster management, emergency medicine, international public health, water, sanitation and hygiene, training design and delivery, and building project management. Frank is well known for establishing successful relief programmes in some of the most remote and dangerous regions in the world. Frank has a Masters of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Bachelor of Health Science, Nursing, Certificates in Aviation, Underwater Medicine, Training and Assessment, a Diploma in Building Surveying and various diplomas’ and certificates in Project and Operational Management.

Dr. Said Aden


Dr. Said is a medical doctor and public Health specialist. Qualifications: MPH (Monash).Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (Somali National University- 1982) Positions in Somalia: District Health Officer, Regional Primary Health Care Coordinator, Regional Health Officer, UNICEF Project officer. In Australia: Community Health Officer (Banyule Community Health Services Centre), Victoria; Research Officer at the Centre for Population Health in the West, Victoria; Public Health Fellow- Victorian Public Health Training Scheme.

Ahmed Saeed
Relationship Manager


Ahmed is an Australian – Pakistani from Perth. Ahmed's initial career was in the Pakistan Air Force as a Commissioned Officer in the Engineering Branch. The Air Force career provided him with an Engineering Degree. He took an early retirement after 10 years of meritorious service to work in the private sector. Ahmed completed his MBA and for the past 11 years works in the Oil & Gas Industry as a specialist in HSE Management in general and a Crisis Manager in particular. He is currently employed as “Corporate Safety Manager” for ENI (an Italian Oil & Gas Company) in their Kazakhstan operations. He is on rotation and spends his off days in Perth with his family.

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