Annie Ryan

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Annie’s vast public health knowledge and diligent research and analytical skills make her an excellent consultant at Nous.

She has extensive experience in public policy and consulting roles and has been mentored by directors of both government and peak body organisations in the health sector. Annie combines excellent communication and leadership skills with empathy and tenacity to deliver a high standard of work, both in team environments and independently.

Influential work

  • Assisted in the development of the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Statement of Priorities for Sexually Transmitted Infections and Blood Borne Viruses (STI/BBV) 2023-2030 as a Policy Officer at the ACT Health Directorate.
  • Assisted in the development of an after-hours telehealth model of care for regional Western Australia (WA) commissioned by the WA Primary Health Alliance.
  • Formulated a comparative map and presentation of major non-craft Australian healthcare peak bodies to be analysed for internal review at the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association.

Outside of Nous

Prior to commencing at Nous, Annie was employed at the ACT Health Directorate in the STI and Blood Borne Virus policy unit to assist in developing the next instalment of the ACT’s Statement of Priorities on STI/BBV. She also worked in policy administration at the Australian Healthcare and Hospitals Association where she engaged in research and consulting projects.

Annie holds a Master of Public Health and a Bachelor of Health Science from The Australian National University (ANU). During her time at university, she played sport in inter-college and ANU internal competitions. She is a regular donor at Lifeblood and throughout her schooling, was heavily involved in several volunteering opportunities, including peer support programs and overseas service trips.

In her spare time...

Annie enjoys exploring new recipes to cook for family and friends. She loves to travel and is an avid fan of the Australian Football League.


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