|Chief Allied Health Officer, Australian Government Department of Health
Adjunct Associate Professor, Menzies Centre for Health Policy, The University of Sydney, Australia
Anne-marie Boxall is the Chief Allied Health Officer for the Australian Government Department of Health. In this role, Anne-marie leads engagement with the allied health sector and works within and across government to promote the role of allied health professionals. Prior to this, Anne-marie worked in the Department on long-term health system reform. She has also worked at the Commonwealth Treasury, Commonwealth Parliamentary Library, the National Rural Health Alliance, and the Australian Health and Hospital Association. She began her career as a physiotherapist, where she worked in the public and private sectors.
Anne-marie is also an Adjunct Associate Professor with the Menzies Centre for Health Policy at The University of Sydney and has published on a wide range of health policy topics. In 2019-20, Anne-marie was the Australian Commonwealth Fund Harkness Fellow in Health Policy and Practice at Columbia University in the United States.