QBI Concussion Ambassadors

A Hockeyroos squad member with high hopes for Rio, Jocelyn has experienced concussion regularly on the hockey field.
Jude, a Former Sydney Swan who suffered more than six major concussions in his career, wants to spread the message to all sportspeople about taking concussion seriously.
Justin, who recently retired from the Brisbane Lions due to a severe concussion, is speaking on his experience for the first time since announcing his retirement.
As a goalkeeper for the national men’s field hockey team, Andrew is at higher risk of concussion. He is passionate about skull and facial protection, and research into concussion.
David, who had a number of concussions during his time as a Wallaby and Reds player, is campaigning about the long-term impacts of concussion and his concerns for players at a grassroots level. 
Jacob is a former Australian basketballer and General Secretary of the Australian Athletes’ Alliance. He is representing all professional athletes in the quest to gain more insight into concussion.
As an athlete and a lover of sports, Melbourne Vixens player Geva has seen an increase in the awareness and diagnosis of concussions throughout sport in Australia. She is keen to make a difference.
A vital cog in the Wallabies’ and NSW Waratahs’ front row arsenal, Tatafu is no stranger to concussion. He's passionate about raising awareness of the effects of concussion.
As a former Australian Rules footballer and now CEO of the Rugby League Players Association, educating coaches and players about concussion is a personal and professional passion for Ian.
Steve, a rugby league legend who suffered from countless concussions in his career, is passionate about raising awareness of the long-term impacts of concussion.
As the Chief Executive of Brain Injury Australia, Nick raises awareness about the causes, types, and effects of brain injury, ranging from concussion in sport to more severe injuries.
Gabi, an Australian Netball Diamond and Queensland Firebird, didn't realise she was concussed during a game until three days later. She is passionate about gaining more insight into diagnosing concussion quickly and treating it effectively.
Queensland Firebird Gretel has seen first-hand the effects of concussion and is committed to concussion awareness.
As CEO of the Rugby Union Players' Association, Ross advocates for the health and safety of professional union players, including how concussion is managed and treated.