Sunil Naidu (Chairman)

Sunil Naidu has been a manager at Newscorp for a number of years and has had various posts in large corporations. He has been involved in various volunteer work over the past 30 years and was pivotal in setting up Health in Kind Foundation by drawing inspiration from humanitarian projects within Australia and abroad.

Minay Lodhiya (Secretary)

Minay Lodhiya is the Director, Stratgic Financial Initiatives at the University of Melbourne. He provides leadership in business transformation, strategy and delivery of key financial initiatives across the University. He has developed comprehensive knowledge in financial management, analysis and leadership through his experience in various industries through his career. He has been Health in Kind and Heart of Love from its inception and is one of the lead administrators for Health in Kind.

Raj Naidu

Raj Naidu is a small business owner. His career beginning in the Electrical field and transitioning into Projects and Facilities Management roles along with experience in Asset growth strategies has given him a good foundation to own and manage his small business Interests. Volunteer work with children, youth, refugees and families and the elderly led him to be involved in Health In Kind.

Dr Devi McAlpine

Dr Devi is a physician who completed her initial training at the University of Queensland and now works in Victoria. She gets involved in medical service projects across the country.

Helen Martino-Bailey RN

Helen is a Registered Nurse, Complementary Therapist, Health and Wellbeing Coach, Business Owner and Author who has spent more than 30 years in the health industry. She volunteers her time in various service projects in Western Australia and across the country.