Our TPA support team members are dedicated to facilitating the sharing of paediatric care to prevent and control diseases, save lives and create a brighter future for children and young people in developing countries and Australia.
Working alongside committed volunteer clinicians from all over Australia is our support team, for whose expertise we are extremely grateful.
DR KATHRYN CURROW
Founder and Managing Director
Kathryn is a paediatric doctor, medical educator and leader, with broad ranging Australian and international experience. She is passionate about contributing to improvements in the health and wellbeing of children and young people in Australia and globally. Kathryn established Taking Paediatrics Abroad in 2019.
Director of Communications
Joanne is a health communications professional with an interest in global child health. She has worked and volunteered with children’s hospitals and medical NPOs in South Africa and Australia.
Director of Digital Marketing
Project Development Coordinator
Peter has an extensive background in law, tertiary education and senior Commonwealth public service management with a keen interest in social justice and innovation. He has engaged in a volunteer capacity with several organisations, most recently including Dementia Australia, the Heart Foundation and the Sydney Children’s Hospital Network, having visited and witnessed first hand many paediatric medical facilities throughout Eastern Africa, the subcontinent and South East Asia. He brings a wide variety of skills to Taking Paediatrics Abroad, including working with volunteers, the legal requirements of charities and utilisation of the latest technological solutions.
Sarah has a background in law and international studies. She is a commercial lawyer, working predominately in insurance and health law. Sarah is passionate about improving the health of the vulnerable. She has volunteered at several organisations which aim to achieve this, including the Cancer Council and Youth off the Streets.
William is a technical officer with a demonstrated experience in academic Information and Communications Technology support. His involvement in charitable organisations stems from his passion for social justice and paediatric medicine.
Professional Pro Bono Support
TPA highly values the pro bono support provided by:
HWL Ebsworth Lawyers
Thanks to our legal team, HWL Ebsworth Lawyers, who provide their services pro bono.
The firm offers exceptional quality legal advice to commercial and government clients from offices all over Australia.
Kate’s career has been developed around people. She has extensive experience in health workforce, scheduling and managing relationships.