Katelin Haynes, Chief Executive Officer, Hepatitis Queensland.

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Katelin Haynes is the Chief Executive Officer at Hepatitis Queensland. In 2021, Katelin was the recipient of the AICD Governance Foundations for NFP Directors Scholarship.

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Governance Foundations for NFP Directors Scholarship - AICD (2021)

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