Articles by Dr Mark Lock

Dr Mark J Lock - BSc (hons), MPH, PhD – is a descendent of the Ngiyampaa people (a tribe of Australia’s First Peoples), English and Scottish Convicts on the First Fleet (the Lucas Clan), Latvian immigrants, and Australian free colonists. His grandmother, Marjorie Woodrow, encouraged him to become educated and make changes for Australia’s First Peoples, as he wrote in an award-winning article for the Medical Journal of Australia’s Dr Ross Ingram Memorial Prize. In 2016, Mark founded Committix Pty Ltd, based on the importance of committees in the corporate governance of organisations and the value of engaging with employee voice for better knowledge gathering into organisational decision making processes. The company is based on a research career, focussed on the governance dimensions of public administration in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health policy.

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