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The Australian Men’s Health Forum organisational structure comprises a committee of Board Members, CEO, Sub-Committees, Members and a small operations team.



Glen Poole is responsible for AMHF's work to increase awareness, knowledge and understanding of men's health issues among the health sector, policy makers, the media and the general public. Glen has been the CEO of AMHF since 2018.


Content Manager
Kim is a seasoned communications specialist across print and digital media. She manages the organisation's social media channels and website. If you have an idea for an article please contact her at [email protected].


Administrative Officer
Sharon has provided administrative and secretariat support in the NFP sector for the past 24 years. Sharon supports the CEO and AMHF Board in her administrative role. Sharon joined AMHF in 2018.



AMHF has six elected and up to three appointed board members. At each AGM, two board members are elected for a three-year term. The Board elects the office bearers, the current holders are listed below.


President and Public Officer

Gillian is the Founder and CEO of Boardium, an independent consulting firm providing company secretarial and board governance services focussed on Not for Profits and SME businesses. Before that Gillian was Chief Executive Officer of Parents Beyond Breakup, a suicide prevention charity supporting parents in distress through separation, primarily supporting Dads in Distress until October 2023. Gillian is a passionate advocate of suicide prevention, mental health, and men's and boys' health more generally. She was directly appointed to the board in August 2022 and served as President since 2022.



Darren is the CEO of SuperFriend, an organisation that improves workplace mental health and as a result, workers’ quality of life. Darren is passionate about improving mental health and reducing suicide particularly in male-dominated high-stigma work cultures. He was appointed to the AMHF Board in March 2021, when he was CEO of member organisation OZHELP Foundation and became an elected board member of AMHF in December 2021, and the Treasurer in 2024.


Vice President & Secretary

Rae Bonney is an Integrated Well-being Specialist, helping organisations develop best practice around mental health in their workplace. She combines a formal counselling qualification (La Trobe University) with more than 30 years in the corporate sector to design interventions that help create environments that support mental health, particularly around men’s and boys' issues. She was first elected to the board in 2018 and was most recently re-elected in 2023. Rae has been AMHF's representative on the Global Action for Men's Health Board since 2023. She was AMHF's Vice President from 2019-2022 and became AMHF Secretary in 2023. 




Greg is one of Australia’s leading experts on men’s health and wellbeing with over 35 years’ experience in the men’s health promotion area developing, implementing and evaluating many health and wellbeing programs, male health promotion training sessions, and developing male health and wellbeing resources. He is the author of “Men’s health & wellbeing: an a – z guide” and a founding member of the AMHF Board, most recently elected in 2021. He was AMHF's President from 2019-2022 and has served as Treasurer.


John Rich is Chair of Men’s Health and Wellbeing WA the peak body for men’s health devoted to the wellbeing of boys and men in WA. In his role he works extensively on both administration and governance, meeting with individuals and organisations in government and the sector, speaking at functions about men’s health, and promoting the men’s health sector in WA. John has extensive project management and business development experience in the corporate sector, as well as 12 years working in the social services sector, with experience of drug and alcohol services, domestic violence, family mental health, Aboriginal, parenting, prisoner wellbeing and suicide prevention.


Paul Campbell is a psychologist and Director of the Tasmanian Treatment and Assessment Service. He previously lived in South Australia, where he was a member of the Riverland Men's Health and Information Network Committee for many years as well as serving on the regional health committee for the Riverland region. He is currently a member of the Mental Health Council of Tasmania Board and finalising his PhD thesis looking at the experiences of Tasmanian Male Victims of Domestic Violence. He is in the early stages of developing a male-friendly domestic violence service with specific supports for men.


David is Co-Founder and a Director of The Men's Table, a community led men's peer support program. His interest in men's work has grown since he joined the first Men's Table in 2011, and he has been fully immersed in men's health and mental health support work since starting the organisation in 2019. David also co-chairs the SPA Alliance for NSPLSP funded recipients, and is a Director of the Guild Theatre, a local amateur theatre company. Prior to his work with Not for Profits, David ran his own management consultancy for over 20 years, consulting in strategic and cultural change to large corporates and government agencies.





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