Min Lo is a Sexual Health Specialist with a Masters in Forensic Medicine and is a fellow of the Faculty of Clinical Forensic Medicine RCPA. She works in private practice (Sexual Health) in Auckland and Women’s Health, Counties Manukau DHB. Since 2003, she has been a member of MEDSAC and involved in Sexual Assault Medicine.
Christine was a founding executive member in 1988 of DSAC, now MEDSAC. She has been on the Executive – now Board – since that time. Christine graduated from the University of Otago in 1981. She has been working in Sexual Assault Medicine since 1987, for some years seeing child and adolescent patients. Currently, Christine is the Clinical Lead of the Pohutukawa Clinic; the regional Auckland Adult Sexual Assault Assessment and Treatment Service.
Susanna Kent is an integrative General Practitioner in Lower Hutt. She also works as a Police Medical Officer, and tutor at Otago Medical School (Wellington). She has a Diploma in Forensic Medicine and has done sexual assault work since 1996.
Annette is a Registered Nurse who established INP Medical Clinic, Nelson’s Family Planning Clinic in 1989. She manages Health Click, producing sexuality education resources including a range for those with intellectual disabilities. Annette is the Clinical Director of Women, Child & Youth Services in the Nelson-Marlborough DHB. She has been managing the Nelson-Marlborough sexual assault team since 2011.
Tony Chamberlain is an accomplished author and writer utilising his senior executive and consultancy experience in professional services, private enterprise, government and not-for-profit organisations to create and implement solution frameworks that improve organisational and personal performance.
Kate Taylor has been a member of MEDSAC since 2009. She is the Clinical Lead and a rostered doctor for the Waikato Adult and Adolescent Sexual Assault Assessment and Treatment Service. She works as a GP at several high schools and has a keen interest in youth health. In 2015 she completed a postgraduate diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine. Kate is also a member of the ACC Sexual Violence Customer Advisory Panel.
Jess Tucker moved from the UK to Christchurch in 2010. She is a doctor at Family Planning, and at the Christchurch SAATS. She has been a member of MEDSAC since 2012. Jess joined the MEDSAC board in 2018. In between work and being a mum, she is currently studying towards a Masters in Forensic Medicine.
Kim Lund moved from the US to New Zealand in 2004 after working for 20 years as a Nurse Practitioner in primary care. She is currently a Registered Nurse working in forensic and sexual health and has managed the Wellington and Wairarapa Sexual Assault Services since 2008.