Jane Martin, Executive Manager

Jane has a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) majoring in Public Policy, and a Masters in Public Health. Jane has worked in tobacco control for 20 years, commencing with Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) Australia, as well as the role of Policy Manager with Quit Victoria. Jane has extensive experience in public health advocacy and policy development, and in building the evidence to supporting legislative and policy reforms. In 2011 she was awarded a Jack Brockhoff Churchill Fellowship and undertook the Williamson Community Leadership program in 2013. She has published papers on tobacco and obesity policy reform issues and has presented at national and international public health conferences.

Caroline Mills, Legal Policy Adviser

Caroline works as a lawyer, providing legal and policy advice to the OPC. Caroline holds a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Laws from Monash University and a Master of Public and International Law from the University of Melbourne. Caroline combines interests in health science, public health and advocacy, having practiced as a barrister prior to joining the OPC, primarily in the areas of injuries and medical law.