- Marianne Hendron
Chief Executive Officer
Marianne has worked across the Grampians region for many years. She has extensive senior management experience in community health and primary care in our region, bringing to WHG her strong leadership values, an unwavering commitment to working within a feminist framework and exceptional partnership development skills.
- Darlene Henning-Marshall
Darlene has been working in health promotion for over 15 years. She has worked for government and NFP organisations at national, state and local level. Darlene's experience includes working as a research and management consultant completing over 20 projects in the health and community services sectors. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Masters of Business Administration. Darlene is committed to social and health reform and working with the team to improve the health and well being of region's women.
- Pat Loughnan
Pat commenced working for WHG in July 2003 and holds the position of Finance Administrator. Pat’s previous employment was with an Electrical Wholesaler. Pat considers herself very fortunate to have a workplace that promotes a respectful culture of women’s health and well being. Her flexible hours enable Pat to do grand parenting, volunteering and to work with a team of very positive and passionate women.
- Dee Micevski
Health Promotion Worker
Dee became a WHG team member in 2015 after six months abroad in Cambodia as a research assistant for Deakin University exploring the sexual and reproductive health perceptions of garment factory workers, and as a health promotion worker for the National Centre for Health Promotion, increasing dialogue on maternal and infant mortality and contributing to tobacco legislative reforms. Dee has a Masters of Public Health, a Bachelor of Food Science & Nutrition with Honours and a Bachelor of Health Science. As a health promotion officer and nutritionist Dee is dedicated to improving the health outcomes of women.
- Shannon Hill
Health Promotion Worker
Having worked in a variety of positions and industries over the past twenty years, Shannon has a detailed understanding of project management, communications, technology, and women's sexual and reproductive health. Shannon joined the WHG team in early 2012, inspired by the opportunity, not only to return to her home town of Ballarat, but to draw on her range of work experience to provide great value back to the community in the form of increased awareness and understanding of the sexual and reproductive health issues that women face across the wider Grampians region.