Jane Martin, Senior Policy Adviser
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, then as Policy Manager with Quit Victoria. Her expertise relates to advocacy and building the evidence to supporting legislative and policy reforms. She has published a number of articles on tobacco policy issues and has presented at national and international tobacco control conferences. In recent years she has worked on campaigns including supporting legislation to ban smoking in Victorian workplaces, restaurants, bars and clubs.
Caroline Mills, Legal Policy Adviser
Caroline is a practicing lawyer with a Bachelor of Science
(Physiology) and Bachelor of Laws from Monash University. She is
currently undertaking a Masters of Public and International Law at the
University of Melbourne, focusing on medical ethics and international health
law. Caroline combines a strong interest in health science and
public health policy with expertise in advocacy, having practiced as a
barrister at the Victorian bar for two years prior to joining the OPC,
primarily in medical and injuries law. She also worked for several years
as a solicitor in personal injuries litigation at Lander & Rogers Lawyers.