David Noonan


David has been the CEO of AWAHS since September 2008, bringing with him over 15 years experience in management of community health services in NSW. David has his bachelor in social science with majors in psychology and criminology. David is responsible for management and functionality of AWAHS. David loves his job because he gets to work with the community and improve access to health services. In his spare time, David enjoys spending time with his family, watching movies, reading and playing with his dogs, he also enjoys being outside with no shoes on.

Karen Maidment

Executive Assistant to the CEO

Karen is the Executive assistant to the CEO of AWAHS and has been since 2014. She works along side the CEO and is responsible for organizing the CEO’s documents, calendar and meetings. Karen loves her job here because she has a good working relationship with the CEO and loves working with the community and the staff here at AWAHS. In her spare time, Karen enjoys watching movies and motorbike riding with her husband.

Sharryn Ward

Practice Manager

Sharryn is the practice manager here at AWAHS at has been since 2013. Sharryn has worked in health for 20 years, with experience in administration, payroll, accounts, finance and has also been a purchasing officer in private practice. She has also worked administration with RMIT University situated at Latchford Barracks. Sharryn is responsible for practice management, which includes the Administration, Dental and Transport teams, as well as all finance related issues. She loves her job because she enjoys working with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community and also because of all the experiences she has had here. In her spare time Sharryn enjoys playing with her grandchildren, seeing her children and also going out bush with her husband in the 4WD.

Position Vacant

SEWB Program Manager

Jovie Ingram

Continuous Quality Improvement Coordinator

Commencing in 2016 Jovie is the Continuous Quality Improvement Coordinator here at AWAHS and is responsible for embedding a quality framework to support the delivery of a quality service to the community. She ensures the service is reporting on and meeting accreditation standards and provides support to staff to work on quality projects to improve health outcomes. Jovie has previously worked as a Regional Support Program Manager for a Community Services Organisation and has also worked in Youth Services.

Dianne Glen

HR Manager

Commencing at AWAHS in 2018, Dianne is the HR Manager bringing with her a wealth of HR knowledge and experience. Dianne has previously ran her own HR Consultancy business specialising in making workplaces amazing, she has also worked at TAFE in Education, Local Government and in the Health Sector.

Raised on a farm between Henty and Culcairn, and previously living in Canberra, Sydney and various places overseas she now calls Albury home.


“We support the Aboriginal community towards a better tomorrow.
Our focus is to work alongside you to create generational health change.”



664 Daniel St


86-90 Rowan Street


12 Stanley Street