Jerome is a young doctor with a particular interest in health prevention. In 2016 he co-founded social exercise group Bar Brothers & Sisters Darwin, which regularly meets at East Point Street Workout to exercise for one hour every afternoon to promote community health and wellbeing. Jerome’s passion in health prevention has led him towards co-founding Forward Health as a not for profit organisation and registered charity with the intention to build and activate community sports infrastructure assets across district, regional and remote communities nationally.
Scott is a medical doctor with a passion for lifestyle optimisation and the use of exercise for the prevention and treatment of illness. He is pursuing a career in Sports and Exercise Medicine and is an Associate Member of the Australasian College of Sports and Exercise Physicians. Scott sees great potential for the role of resistance training in combating the current chronic illness burden in Australia, and has co-founded Forward Health NT for this reason.
Adam has several years experience in marketing management, teams, project management, business advisory, and in government. He is very passionate about promoting sport and physical activity as means to a healthier, and happier life. Formerly a competitive swimmer and a South Australian State Champion he believes everyone should have the ability to use freely available public health infrastructure to improve their physical (and mental) health at no cost, particularly those living in low socio economic circumstances across regional, and remote areas of Australia.
Rhiarna is a practicing physiotherapist and small business owner of Inner Balance Physiotherapy in Darwin. She’s also a professional soccer and AFL player. Her passion for sport, and for helping people achieve better physical and mental health outcomes makes her an invaluable member of the Forward Health board. She has significant experience across regional and remote Aboriginal communities in her field. Her business Inner Balance provides services to various government departments, Aboriginal Health Corporations, and the general public.