Dr Stella Dalton AM
The late Dr Stella Dalton AM was a distinguished psychiatrist and the founder of Wayback. Dr Dalton had a lengthy list of professional and academic achievements and was the pioneer of methadone treatment for drug addiction in Australia.
Sue holds a Bachelor of Health Services Management and is a Registered Nurse. She has held a senior position in the Drug Court for some 10yrs.Sue loves Test Cricket and is a keen support of the Sydney Swans.
Dr Kenneth GrahamTreasurer
Kenneth Graham holds a BSc, MAppSc, PhD. He is the principal scientist at the NSW Institute of Sport and involved in Sport Anti-Doping Research and Policy.Kenneth is a keen sportsman with interests in cycling and kayaking.
Brett holds a Master of Science, Bachelor of Science, Diploma of Education and is a Justice of the Peace. Brett has held senior high school teaching positions for over 25yrs. Brett has been an ‘events convener’ and is currently secretary for the MG Car Restorers Association.
Donna StephensBoard Member
Donna is a dedicated Board member who has a good knowledge of drug addiction issues. She has an interest in animal welfare issues and is passionate about ensuring that addicts are treated in a positive and respectful manner.
Isis DaltonBoard Member
Isis has had a lifelong association with Wayback. She holds a Bachelor of Science and is enrolled in the Bachelor Veterinary Science. She is a dedicated Board member who has good knowledge of drug addiction issues.
Dr Mark BlochBoard Member
Mark has been practicing medicine since 1982. He’s a director of Holdsworth House Medical Practice in Darlinghurst and President of the Australasian Society for HIV, blood borne viruses and STI’s.
George MarsonBoard Member
George holds a Bachelor of Social Science, Criminal Justice and is a Unit Leader for Community Corrections NSW. He is passionate about enabling and empowering individuals to affect positive change despite challenging circumstances.George has been a member of the NSW Drug Court team for some yers and is a strong advocate for strengthening the partnerships between Corrective Services and community support programs. He enjoyes sports during his spare time with a special passion for rugby union and swimming.