Ms Donisha Duff has a background in health policy and management with a particular focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health. She has worked in various health organisations including senior roles within the Department of Health and Ageing and Queensland Health. Donisha has also worked for the Australian Indigenous Doctors' Association, the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation and Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute. She is currently the national Manager for Indigenous Affairs for Kidney Health Australia.
Donisha was awarded the National NAIDOC Scholar of the Year in 2014, and the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust – Bob and June Prickett Fellowship in 2015. She holds a range of board and committee appointments including as a Board Member of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, member of the Policy and Systems Committee of the Lowitja Institute for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Research, and as Deputy Chair of the Stars Foundation.
Donisha’s family are descended from Moa and Badu Islands (Torres Strait) and the Yadhaigana and Wuthathi people (Cape York).