Rosie Lotawa

Rosie first came to Australia as ROMAC patient number five in 1991, just a frightened nine-year-old Fijian girl. In total she returned to Australia for six surgical visits. Her challenges since birth included facial deformities (hypertelorism, bilateral lip and palate) and deformed hands (left hand contained three fingers) and the right hand had a short Continued

Lydia Ko

Lydia Ko (born 24 April 1997) from New Zealand and is currently the number one womens’ golfer in the world. In 2012, Lydia became the youngest person ever to win an LPGA Tour event. She turned professional in October 2013 and has won ten times on the LPGA Tours and once on the European Tour Continued

Gavin Fox-Smith

Gavin Fox-Smith is currently on the board of the Medical Technology Association of Australia and has worked in the medical device industry for over 25 years. As Managing Director, Johnson and Johnson Medical, he has continued J & J’s long-term support of ROMAC, including the provision of orthopaedic essential devices and appliances that enable ROMAC Continued

Emeritus Prof. Di Yerbury

Emeritus Professor Di Yerbury AO has achieved a great deal in the Australian community. As a snapshot, when Di Yerbury was appointed Vice-Chancellor of Macquarie University in 1987, she became the first female VC in Australia and when she stepped down in 2006, had been the longest serving VC. During her tenure, she achieved many Continued