Associate Professor Rosemary McKenzie is Director of Teaching and Learning in the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health and Deputy Director of the Centre for Health Policy. She is an evaluator of health services, focusing on health program evaluation and assessment of health service quality. She was a board member of Hepatitis Victoria from 2011 to 2017, and is a member of the Victorian Health Complaints Commissioner Advisory Council.
Rosemary and her family have a farm in Central Victoria. She finds it hard to single out just one favourite animal but thought she should mention the family’s much loved border collie, Storm, and the elder statesman of the sheep flock, the hand-raised ram, Treasure Trove, shortened to a more respectable “TT” in his later years!