Australian Capital Territory Office

Welcome to the RANZCOG Australian Capital Territory Office page.

You can contact the Committees below using the general ACT office email, [email protected].


Australian Capital Territory Committee

2021 Meeting Dates:  10 February, 2 June, 13 October

Committee Members

Prof Julie Quinlivan – Chair
Dr Andrew Zuschmann – Chair, NSW/ACT TAC
Dr Sumi Saha – Elected Member
Dr Sim Hom Tam – Elected Member
Dr Danica Vress – Trainee Representative
Dr Peter Scott – ACT ITPC (Co-opted Member)
Dr Martina Mende – Diplomate Representative (co-opted member)​

Ex-Officio (Voting):
Dr Vijay Roach – RANZCOG President​
Prof Steve Robson – RANZCOG Immediate Past-President
A/Prof Boon Lim – RANZCOG Councillor, ACT
Vase Jovanoska – RANZCOG Chief Executive Officer 

College Staff (Non-voting):
Mel Pietsch – Head of Government Relations and National Offices
Victoria Peisley – Committee Coordinator, Member Engagement Lead, ACT


NSW/ACT Training Accreditation Committee

2021 Meeting Dates:  22 April, 22 July, 9 September, 14 October

Committee Members

Dr Andrew Zuschmann – Chair
A/Prof Peter Bland – Deputy Chair and ITP Coordinator, Royal North Shore Hospital
Dr Amanda Henry – ITP Coordinator, St George Hospital
Dr Jyothi Marry – ITP Coordinator, Liverpool
Dr Karuna Raja – ITP Coordinator, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital for Women and Babies
Dr Tania Day – ITP Coordinator, John Hunter Hospital
Dr Naim Arrage – ITP Coordinator, Westmead
Dr Dhara Lette – ITP Coordinator, Royal Hospital for Women
Dr Dheya Al-Mashat – ITP Coordinator, Nepean Hospital
Dr Peter Scott – ITP Coordinator, Canberra 
Dr Elizabeth Luxford – NSW Trainee Representative
Dr Sarah Chwah – NSW Trainee Representative
Dr Danica Vress – ACT Trainee Representative


More information

Suite 13, 18 National Circuit
Barton ACT 2600, Australia
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Phone: (02) 6169 3993
Email: [email protected]


Member Engagement Lead: Victoria Peisley

Trainee Representative:

Meet your trainee representatives

Email: [email protected]



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