Louise Johnson has over 20 years of executive and Board level experience across the government and not for profit sectors in the health sector. Prior to joining the CHRH Board, Louise was the CEO of the Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority, with extensive governance, regulatory, public education, communication and service delivery experience. She is a current Member of the Embryo Research Licensing Committee with the National Health and Medical Research Council; Community Member on the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine’s Council of Advocacy, Practice and Partnerships; and Panel Member on the Victorian Government’s Patient Review Panel. Louise is also a previous member of the Victorian Board of the Medical Board of Australia as well as the Occupational Therapy Board of Australia and Chair and Board Member of Women’s Health Victoria. A graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Louise was one of 25 women awarded by Women’s Health Victoria in 2019 as a Champion for Women in recognition of her board and executive work. Moving to Hepburn Springs in 2021, Louise has become involved with local community groups such as Hepburn Matters, is learning the French Horn and establishing a vegetable garden.