ADI Staff

Executive Director – Marc Wortmann

Marc is in charge of all aspects of ADI’s work. Collaborating with the Board, Marc implements finance and campaign strategies. Marc represents ADI at international conferences and in the NCD Alliance and takes part in WHO and UN meetings.

Deputy Executive Director – Johan Vos

Johan is responsible for developing new strategic partnerships, updating policies and strategies, implementing new projects and leading ADI’s regional development and advocacy programmes. Johan also deputises as Executive Director.

Membership and Events Manager – Jane Cziborra

Jane oversees the organisation of all membership programmes and ADI conferences and events throughout the year, including the Alzheimer University programmes.

Finance and Technology Manager – Michael Lefevre

Michael is in charge of Finance and IT systems for ADI, including financial reporting, accounts and maintenance of computers and the ADI website.

Project and Communications Coordinator – Anastasia Psoma

Anastasia is responsible for developing new projects and ideas, incorporating all elements of ADI’s work from communication to fundraising and advocacy.

Administration and Communications Assistant – Harriet Payne

Harriet provides administrative assistance to the ADI staff and Board in addition to managing ADI’s Twitter and Facebook pages and providing assistance to communications work.

Publications Officer – Sarah Kerr

Sarah works part-time on our publications, writing and editing the Global Perspective newsletter.

Regional Director, Asia Pacific Regional Office – Francis Wong

Francis works from ADI’s Asia Pacific regional office in Singapore, supporting the region in fostering collaboration among members, strengthening their capabilities and reaching out to non-member countries.


Policy Adviser – Mike Splaine

Mike provides public policy and campaign guidance to ADI, focusing on work with the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and the World Health Organisation (WHO).

Policy Adviser – Kate Gordon

Kate works with Mike Splaine on ADI's public policy work in the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) region.

Consultant – Nicole Batsch

PhD student Nicole provides assistance and guidance on special projects for ADI. Nicole co-authored the World Alzheimer Report 2012: Overcoming the Stigma of Dementia.


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