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Mr Justin Mohamed is the Chair of the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO), the national peak body for over 150 Aboriginal community controlled medical services nationwide.
Mr Mohamed was elected NACCHO Chair at its Annual General Meeting in November 2009.
He is a Gooreng Gooreng man from Bundaberg Queensland but he has lived and worked with Victorian Aboriginal communities over the last 20 years.
Over this time he has been part of the community controlled Aboriginal health sector including as the Chairperson, and former CEO, of Rumbalara Aboriginal Co-operative and Director of the Academy of Sport, Health and Education in Shepparton.
Mr Mohamed chaired the Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation, NACCHO's affiliated peak body for six years and he served as NACCHO's Deputy Chair for two years.