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David Waters

Chief Executive

In his role as CEO at CAA, David provides leadership for the ambulance sector across Australia, New Zealand & Papua New Guinea. He is a Registered Nurse and a graduate of the Victoria University Business School in Wellington and Darden University in Virginia.

As an experienced Chief Executive and Director, David's passion for health, education and growing the skills of the workforce has seen him work in the UK, Australia and New Zealand. David has wide senior commercial and NGO not-for-profit experience and extensive background in the management of associations and health services in the public, private and aged care sectors.

Mojca Bizjak-Mikic

General Manager

Mojca is the General Manager of The Council of Ambulance Authorities. Her degree in Political Sciences has over the last two decades seen her work across Europe, Australia and New Zealand in the policy arena, on topics ranging from international relationships, European Union representation, local municipality policies and since joining the CAA 12 years ago the health and ambulance sector.

In her role as GM she looks after HR, Sponsorship & Partnership Opportunities and oversees Marketing, Events, CAA Campaigns and Data Management that provides reporting for member services to a number of national and federal government bodies.


Joshua McNally

Director of Marketing & Communications

With a marketing and communications background and extensive experience working with well-known organisations and household brands, I’ve successfully managed diverse teams in both domestic and international markets and across a wide variety of industries in both the commercial, for purpose and not for profit sectors.

I have a strong belief that data and analytics provide direction, stakeholder engagement and listening creates answers and clear decision-making delivers outcomes.

My role as Director of Marketing and Communications is to lead the Council of Ambulance Authorities (CAA) marketing and communications team, and manage the marketing and communications portfolio aimed to enhance the CAA brand, reputation, and advocacy credentials. I work with internal and external members and partners, building long-lasting relationships that support CAA’s activities and campaigns, and provide ongoing sustainable funding.

Courtney Waters

Marketing & Communications Assistant

Courtney is the Marketing and Communications Assistant. 

Courtney is responsible for FIRST Magazine and CAA Webinars, as well as supporting the ongoing development of CAA's communication, website, marketing initiatives, campaigns, and events. 





Dr Shohreh Majd PhD, MSc

Policy & Research Manager

With a PhD and two post-doctorates in Neuroscience, a master’s degree in Human Physiology, and two certificates in Psychology from Johns Hopkins University and University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Shohreh Majd is working as Policy and Research Manager at CAA.

Shohreh has been working as a lecturer and the head of neuronal injury and repair (NIR) laboratory at Centre for Neuroscience of Flinders University. Her research centres on the emerging field of oxidative stress due to several conditions such as cardiac arrest, stroke, aging and Alzheimer's disease with a special focus on finding therapeutic tools. Her publications have been cited over 500 times by other scientists around the world.

In her role as Policy and Research Manager, she undertakes research and analysis and review complex policy issues along with managing projects, compiling grant proposals and contributing to represent CAA in relevant committees.


Tammi Parsons 

Administration Officer

Tammi Parsons is the Administration Officer at the CAA, and supports the whole team with their ongoing administrative and organisational needs.

Tammi approaches all aspects of any job with a positive, hard-working mindset, and is passionate about helping find solutions to any challenge.  She brings with her an extensive background in customer service and finance in both the Non-Profit and Corporate sectors.