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Meet our Experts (Australia Domestic Team)
At Abt Associates our consultants work on projects that require in-depth knowledge of the health and human services sector and the development of practical, affordable approaches to address complex problems. Our leaders engage with projects from conceptualisation to final report, ensuring the best possible thinking and collaboration throughout. From strategy to analytics and from economics to population health, our diverse expertise enables us to tailor a team to address your requirements. Our agility enables us to adapt to changing client priorities and needs.
Meet the people who can help your organisation achieve your goals:
Andrew Alderdice Head of Domestic Programs, Abt Australia
Andrew Alderdice has more than 35 years of experience working in the health and human services sectors in Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific and is currently leading Abt’s consultancy practice in Australia. Andrew has worked in a variety of roles, including as a consultant, executive manager, and clinician. He holds an MBA and has more than 25 years’ experience in executive-level positions, including as director of a private consulting firm. He has overseen more than 50 consulting assignments, many of national significance. Visit Andrew’s full bio.
Sanjoti Parekh, Ph.D. Senior Manager, Domestic Programs, Abt Australia
Sanjoti Parekh has more than 16 years of experience in the healthcare and community services sector and is a senior manager in Abt’s domestic consulting practice. An experienced epidemiologist, she has worked in a variety of roles, including teaching, research, service delivery, and consulting. She leads health needs assessments, policy and program reviews, evaluations, and development of population health strategies. She has significant experience in the Primary Healthcare Network (PHN) sector. Visit Sanjoti’s full bio.
Mark Power Senior Manager, Domestic Programs and Knowledge Management Lead, Abt Australia
Mark Power is an experienced senior program manager and evaluator with more than 18 years of experience in Australia and the Pacific. His work spans research, population health, governance, justice, re-integration, community development, international development, social enterprise, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander wellbeing. He holds an MPH, and his skills, experience, and expertise extend to public health, management, financial oversight, facilitation, business development, and economics. Visit Mark’s full bio.
Learn more about our domestic-focused work in Australia.