Our team Cancer Council NT
Joseph T Mundava
Joseph joined CCNT in November 2020. He has 17 years nursing experience with the majority of that spent in oncology nursing. Joseph is a highly experienced oncology nurse having achieved his Diploma in Adult Nursing in London, United Kingdom (2004); his BSc in Cancer and Palliative Care at Oxford Brookes University – Oxford, United Kingdom (2013) and his Postgraduate Diploma in Health Sciences at Otago University New Zealand (2018).
Cancer Community Coordinator
Ms Weir has worked for the NT Department of Health as a Registered Nurse since 1982 and has extensive experience in acute and primary care, in both urban and remote communities throughout the Northern Territory.
Since 2016, Ms Weir held the position of Optimal Cancer Care Pathway in Practice Project Officer and has been working tirelessly to help improve the journey for all Territorians diagnosed with cancer.
Aboriginal Community Coordinator
Ms Taylor is a proud Yanyuwa / Garawa Woman from Borroloola. She is a registered Aboriginal Health Practitioner and has extensive experience in health services and primary health clinics across Borroloola, Darwin and Alice Springs. Ms Taylor spent seven years with the Borroloola Primary Health centre (1993-2000) and five years with Borroloola Gulf Health Services (2000-2005) in kidney disease, research prevention and chronic disease. She has seven years with Maternal Child & Youth Health in healthy under 5’s checks (2005 – 2012) and has also worked with Renal patients at Purple House, Alice Springs (2015) and in Top End Health Service – Hearing Services Outreach in 2017.
Ms Taylor’s breadth of experience in primary health and chronic disease patients brings a significant contribution to the Cancer Council NT.
Elsee joined CCNT in January 2021 as an Administration Officer. Elsee assists with administration tasks for support services and fundraising, as well as managing Cancer Council NT's volunteers.
Casey joined the CCNT team in January 2021 after moving from Melbourne to the Northern Territory in 2020. She has a background in nutrition, completing a BHSc Nutritional Medicine in Melbourne in 2018, and is currently undertaking her Master of Public Health at Charles Darwin University. Casey is also a member of the Public Health Association of Australia and has been involved in the associations National Mentoring Program as a mentee.
Casey has a passion for nutrition, health and wellbeing, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and improving population health, particularly lifestyle related diseases. Outside of work, Casey enjoys cooking and the renowned Top End markets.