It’s not too late to vote, with online voting closing 5pm Wednesday 30th October. You are eligible to vote if you are a current  DAISI member .

First you will be asked to confirm your details to verify that you are a DAISI member. Then you will be asked to vote for all 17 candidates. Placing 1 in the box for your most preferred candidate, then 2 for next preferred candidate, and so on until all 17 boxes have been completed, with 17 placed in the box for your least preferred candidate.

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ONLINE VOTING


Are you a DAISI member and therefore eligible to vote?

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PLACE A NUMBER FROM 1-17 IN THE BOX BELOW CANDIDATE ("1" INDICATES FIRST PREFERENCE, "17" INDICATES LAST PREFERENCE, COMPLETE ALL BOXES)

 

danny kozman
Dr Danny Kozman
Over the past 4 years I have been on several trips. I went on the first trip to Kiribati last year and am going again this year. I have also been involved in packing shipping containers and am currently fund raising by getting sponsorship for bike rides. I would be grateful if you would consider my nomination.
Score 1-17

Basil leodoro
Dr Basil Leodoro
I would like to nominate as Vanuatu Program Officer as I believe I bring with me the necessary skills for this position: Local ownership, Local leadership, Cultural appropriateness, Training and advocacy, Coordination and logistics , Surgical expertise, Networking & Research capability.
Score 1-17

Prof Chris Berney
Prof Chris Berney
As the current Treasurer for DAISI, I would like to be considered for re-nomination as a Board Member or Officer Bearer. I have an ongoing commitment to DAISI and its philosophy of teaching others and providing support to our South Pacific Neighbours.
Score 1-17

Dr Matt Rickard
A/Prof Matthew Rickard
a/Prof Matthew Rickard has extensive experience both as a volunteer, and in administrative activities, being on the RACS and CSSANZ committee. His leadership and administrative skills would be valuable assets for DAISI.
Score 1-17

gary mckay
Dr Gary McKay
I would like to remain actively involved with DAISI, either as a Board Member or Office Bearer and appreciate your consideration.
Score 1-17

Dr Santee Santhanam
Dr Santee Santhanam
I have been a DAISI member since 2017, and would like to serve DAISI in a more comprehensive way. I would appreciate being considered for any position you think appropriate.
Score 1-17

ian hosking richards
Ian Hosking Richards
Ian has been closely involved with caring for Solomon Islands patients in Sydney since 2015. He is Chair of The Solomon Foundation, a registered charity, whose key objective is to build capacity in the Solomon Islands healthcare system. For 2019 the aim is to raise $850,000 for the procurement of the nation’s first CT scanner, a high priority on the 'wish-list' of the Solomon Islands Government for several years. He has recently established FOSI (Friends of Solomon Islands) to provide a networking platform for key stakeholders in the provision of humanitarian aid to Solomon Islands. Ian is Solomon Islands Honorary Consul Elect NSW.
Score 1-17

Mark Taffa
Mark Taffa
Having spent some time in PNG, and currently the PNG Program Coordinator, I would like to be considered for a role with DAISI. I am committed to its principles and agree to abide by its Constitution.
Score 1-17

SEPEHR LAJEVARDI
Dr Sepehr Lajevardi
I have been privileged to be the elected Chair, and am ready to hand this position onto somebody else who is deserving. I would like to be considered for an Office Bearer position, and plan to remain actively involved with DAISI.
Score 1-17

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Dr Carina Chow
I have done a number of DAISI trips to various countries in the South Pacific including, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and PNG. most recently I returned from Sopas Hospital in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea, where I was able to set up a laparoscopic training session and introduce basic laparoscopic surgery. I am planning to return to Sopas next year with my husband and family, and am excited about the DAISI developments at Sopas Hospital in PNG.
Score 1-17

Prof Peter Hewett
Prof Peter Hewett
As the current Solomon Islands Program Officer for DAISI, I feel I can continue to contribute much in this role, and would like to be considered for this position.
Score 1-17

Dr Konrad Richter
a/Prof Konrad Richter
I have recently returned from Colonial War Memorial Hospital in Fiji. I have also volunteered in many other South Pacific Countries with DAISI, and would like to contribute in a more involved manner with the DAISI team.
Score 1-17

NILI HALI
Nili Hali
I share the values and vision of DAISI, and would like to continue assisting the organisation’s growth and development by offering my legal skills on a pro bono basis. I have wide ranging legal experience from the public and private sectors, and as a self-employed and independent barrister, can best promote DAISI’s growth without any employment restrictions. I have broad general advisory and litigation experience, which may be of assistance in the long term. Please consider me for the upcoming elections.
Score 1-17

MICHAEL CHOW
Dr Michael Chow
I was introduced to DAISI via my daughter Carina. Last year I was the acting Coordinator of the Solomon Islands Ten Bed Program, which I enjoyed. I think DAISI is doing a wonderful job, and I would like to help in whatever capacity possible.
Score 1-17

sam deylami
Sam Deylami
I have been serving DAISI as its volunteer accountant for the past two years and would like to continue in the role as DAISI Accountant.
Score 1-17

Prof Charbel Sandroussi
Prof Charbel Sandroussi
I am happy to be involved and supportive of DAISI in any way possible.
Score 1-17

BARRY BARFORD
Barry Barford.
I have provided voluntary shipping and logistics services to DAISI since its inception and have been an Associate Member since 2017. I have extensive experience of international freight movements and aid deployments utilising multiple modes of transport, both as a volunteer and in my earlier career. I work mainly in the South-Pacific Islands and Africa, specialising in complex and remote logistics. I am also International Director of Berrima District Rotary’s medical aid project and a member of the Maritime Law Association of Australia and New Zealand, the International Association of Marine and Shipping Professionals and the Humanitarian Logistics Association.
Score 1-17

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