Speakers
Speakers
Jodi Brown
Ms. Jodi Brown
Quality Advisor for Education and Innovation Advisor (Drug Free Sport New Zealand)

Jodi Brown is an Educator with Drug Free Sport New Zealand (DFSNZ). Her role at DFSNZ includes the recruitment, training, accreditation and audit of their athlete educators as well as working in the education team to provide an athlete lens on their content design and development.

Prior to joining DFSNZ, her biggest achievement had come through being an elite athlete in the sport of netball, in which she has earned 61 test caps as a Silver Fern. She was part of the World Cup Gold Medal team in 2003 and was a Silver Medallist at the Commonwealth Games in 2014. She was awarded a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit in 2015.

Shelly Chard
Ms. Shelly Chard
Assistant Director, Resources (Sport Integrity Australia)

Shelly Chard leads Sport Integrity Australia's (SIA) on-line learning program and the Education Resource team who design and develop anti-doping and integrity resources for grassroots to international level. Shelly also plays a key role in the development of SIA's range of innovative technologies.

She has a background in training and instructional design and is passionate about behavioural change and the development of engaging learning programs.

Tony Cunningham
Mr Tony Cunningham
Head of Research and Policy, Education (World Anti-Doping Agency)

Tony Cunningham joined World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) in 2013. He now oversees the social science research program and education policy as part of the WADA Education Department. He is responsible for implementing the Social Science Research Strategy in cooperation with WADA's Social Science Research Expert Advisory Group. Tony was the WADA lead in the development of the International Standard for Education which came into effect in January 2021. He manages the education component of the compliance review process of the World Anti-Doping Code and International Standard for Education.

Tony has an MSc in Applied Social Science Research and an Executive Masters in Sport Organisation Management and is currently pursuing a Professional Doctorate in the impact of research programs.

Nikki Hamblin
Ms. Nikki Hamblin
Educator (International Testing Agency)

Nikki Hamblin is a current member of the International Testing Agency's (ITA) Education Team and began her clean sport education journey as an Educator for Drug Free Sport New Zealand. She has also represented New Zealand in the Olympics and is also two-time Commonwealth Games silver medallist in the sport of athletics.

Nikki has a Master's in Sports Ethics and Integrity.

Tammy Hanson
Ms. Tammy Hanson
Elite Education Director, Truesport & Elite Education (United States Anti-Doping Agency)

Tammy Hanson currently serves as the Elite Education Director at the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), where she oversees day-to-day operations of USADA's education and engagement initiatives, drives strategic planning, and develops effective, data-driven programs that focus on clean sport education. Tammy is recognized for her commitment to supporting global anti-doping partners and ongoing international research.

Tammy earned a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in 2006 and a Master of Science in Organisational Leadership from Colorado State University in 2019.

Hilary Meechai Inwood
Dr Hilary Meechai Inwood
Director (Doping Control Authority of Thailand)

A sports medicine physician by trade, Dr. Hilary Inwood spent the last 10 years setting up Thailand's National Anti-Doping Organisation (NADO); resulting in the establishment of Doping Control Agency of Thailand (DCAT); which is now a tier one, code compliant, operationally independent and ISO9001:2015 certified agency. His current position is the Advisor to Sports Authority of Thailand in charge of Anti-Doping and Foreign Affairs.

Gracie Hongyang Li
Ms. Hongyang Li, Gracie
Education Manager, Anti-Doping Education and Learning (World Anti-Doping Agency)

Gracie is an Education Manager in the Education Department at WADA. Throughout the years, she accumulated extensive experience developing strategies, education solutions and implementing learning technologies. Currently, Gracie manages WADA's ADEL (Anti-Doping Education and Learning) platform day-to-day operations, continuous improvement and customer support.

Gracie holds a Master's Degree in Educational Technology from Concordia University.

Sally Lowe
Ms. Sally Lowe
Education Manager (Drug Free Sport New Zealand)

Sally Lowe is the Education Manager for Drug Free Sport New Zealand (DFSNZ). She has been the Education team's go-to person for athlete-centred education content and materials. Her work reflects a love of all sport and is motivated by her belief that education is the key to keeping Kiwi athletes clean. Sally's junior coaching talents extend from the football field to the netball court.

Gobinathan Nair
Mr Gobinathan Nair
Director-General, Southeast Asia Regional Anti-Doping Organisation

Gobi Nair presently serves as the Director-General, Southeast Asia Regional Anti-Doping Organisation (SEARADO). He also serves as a member of the Medical and Anti-Doping Committee, Olympic Council of Asia, as well as the National Anti-Doping Advisory Board of Singapore. Together with the support of member countries in Southeast Asia, he has spearheaded various programs and initiatives for clean sport.

Gobi Nair graduated from the University of Oregon, USA with a Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education and minoring in Coaching and Biology. He earned a Master of Science degree from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and post-graduate certifications in Human Nutrition, Deakin University, Australia and Career Education Counseling for Elite Athletes, Victoria University, Australia.

Jennifer Royer
Dr. Jennifer Royer
Senior Director of Truesport & Awareness (United States Anti-Doping Agency)

Dr. Jennifer Royer currently serves as the Senior Director of TrueSport & Awareness in the United States Anti-Doping (USADA). She has been entrusted with key organisational priorities to further USADA's mission, focusing on evidence-based and data-driven strategy to ensure engaging, impactful, and practical outputs. Dr. Royer's teams meet the anti-doping educational needs of athletes and the sport eco-system, invest in the next generation of clean competitors, and ensure USADA's internal and stakeholder communication efforts serve to connect clean sport advocates and elevate topics vital to the anti-doping industry.

Dr. Royer graduated from Texas A&M University in 1995 and went on to obtain advanced degrees from Stephen F. Austin State University and Texas Christian University.

Rika Saito
Ms. Rika Saito
Head of Educator System (Japan Anti-Doping Agency)

Rika Saito is currently in charge of the Educator system at the Japan Anti-Doping Agency (JADA), Education department. She used to be an Athlete Committee Member of JADA whose mission is to raise awareness on anti-doping initiatives through the Play True JADA Campaign. She is committed to developing the next generation of athletes, known as “Leaders of Tomorrow”, to be leaders and role models in sport and society. She has also represented Japan in the Olympics in the sport of Weightlifting.

She has a Bachelor's of Sociology from Ritsumeikan University and a Master's of Sports Sciences from Waseda University.

Moonkyue Shin
Mr. Moonkyue Shin
Education Manager (Korea Anti-Doping Agency)

Moonkyue Shin is currently the Education Manager of the Korea Anti-Doping Agency (KADA). He is in charge of developing and implementing Korea Anti-Doping Education Program (KADEP). He is also a member of the WADA Education Committee since 2003.

He has an academic background in Bachelor's in Physical Education and a Master's in Anthropology.

Teoh Chin Sim
Dr. Teoh Chin Sim
Member, Anti-Doping Tribunal (International Paralympic Committee)

Dr. Teoh Chin Sim is a Senior Consultant at the Sports and Exercise Medicine Centre of Khoo Teck Puat Hospital in Singapore. She is also a Chair of the TUE Committee of Anti-Doping Singapore, and a member of the International Paralympic Committee Anti-Doping Tribunal and Commonwealth Games Federation Anti-Doping and Medical Commission.

She also served as a member of the WADA TUE Expert Group and Anti-Doping Committee of IPC for 4 years each in the past decade. Dr Teoh has led as Chief Medical Officer to Team Singapore to the Olympic, Paralympic, Asian, Southeast Asian, ASEAN Para and Youth Olympic Games

Gavin Whitehouse
Mr. Gavin Whitehouse
Assistant Director, Education Partnerships (Sport Integrity Australia)

Gavin Whitehouse leads the Education Partnerships team at Sport Integrity Australia (SIA), where he works with all National Federations in Australia to tailor anti-doping and integrity education programs from grassroots to international level. The team also manages the SIA Athlete Educator network of current and former elite athletes, who deliver the face-to-face education program around the country.

He also has a heavy focus on Sport Integrity Australia's education compliance under the WADA Code and International Standard for Education.

Mayumi YaYa Yamamoto
Dr. Mayumi YaYa Yamamoto
Director, Education (Japan Anti-Doping Agency)

Dr. Mayumi YaYa Yamamoto is the Director for Education of the Japan Anti-Doping Agency (JADA) and has redesigned the Japan's Clean Sport Education framework and program when the International Standard for Education (ISE) and ISE Guidelines came into effect. By putting values at heart, she has introduced and implemented JADA's initiatives such as the “Real Champion Education Package” and “i-PLAY TRUE Relay” to different Regional and National Anti-Doping Organisations. She also proactively leads the athlete engagement, Clean Sport capacity development and partnerships with International Federations and Anti-Doping Organisations in Asia and Oceania.

Dr. Yaya completed her Ph.D. at Loughborough University in the United Kingdom and was part of the winning Basketball team at the British University Games. YaYa is also a member of the WADA Education Committee and worked for the draft of the first ISE and its Guidelines.

Rinrada Yothaparn
Ms. Rinrada Yothaparn
Managing Officer for Monitoring and Liaison Officer (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization)

Ms. Rinrada Yothaparn is currently the Managing Officer for the monitoring of the implementation of the Anti-Doping Convention, ensuring compliance by States Parties – especially by coordinating with their National Compliance Platforms – in key areas such as national anti-doping activities, international cooperation, education and training, and research. In addition, she is also the Liaison Officer to the initiative on Traditional Pharmacopoeia in the context of sport values, ethics and integrity, in the Arab region, and assists in the development of the Guidelines on Traditional Pharmacopoeia, as well as in organising all relevant activities.

Rinrada possesses a Master’s Degree in European Studies with a specialisation in Politics and European affairs from Aix-Marseilles Université, France, and the University of Bath, United Kingdom (Erasmus programme). She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Education with a specialization in Educational Technology and French Teaching from Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.

Azhar Yusof
Mr. Azhar Yusof
Director, CoachSG and Team (Sport Singapore)

Azhar Yusof is the Head of CoachSG at Sport Singapore, where he leads the coaching education and development efforts across all sports, driving the larger transformation of the coaching ecosystem in Singapore. He also oversees the Safe Sport Taskforce; striving to ensure that sport remains a safe and positive environment for all participants.

He has a diverse background; having been a national athlete in rugby, an international match official and a coach in multiple sports. He is passionate about sports and education and also serves as a Trainer for World Rugby. In 2019, he led the Team Singapore contingent as Deputy Chef de Mission at the Asian Games in Indonesia.

Panelist
Nikki Hamblin
Ms. Nikki Hamblin
Educator (International Testing Agency)

Nikki Hamblin is a current member of the International Testing Agency's (ITA) Education Team and began her clean sport education journey as an Educator for Drug Free Sport New Zealand. She has also represented New Zealand in the Olympics and is also two-time Commonwealth Games silver medallist in the sport of athletics.

Nikki has a Master's in Sports Ethics and Integrity.

Rika Saito
Ms. Rika Saito
Head of Educator System (Japan Anti-Doping Agency)

Rika Saito is currently in charge of the Educator system at the Japan Anti-Doping Agency (JADA), Education department. She used to be an Athlete Committee Member of JADA whose mission is to raise awareness on anti-doping initiatives through the Play True JADA Campaign. She is committed to developing the next generation of athletes, known as “Leaders of Tomorrow”, to be leaders and role models in sport and society. She has also represented Japan in the Olympics in the sport of Weightlifting.

She has a Bachelor's of Sociology from Ritsumeikan University and a Master's of Sports Sciences from Waseda University.

Nur'Aini
Ms Nur'Aini
Para Powerlifter

Ms. Nur’Aini, diagnosed with multiple epiphyseal dysplasia at the age of 6, discovered para powerlifting in 2015 and never looked back. In 2017, she was selected to compete at the 9th ASEAN Para Games 2017, achieving a personal best and finishing 5th. Her personal achievements include a bronze medal from the 11th Fazza Para Powerlifting World Cup 2021 and she was also the first Singaporean to represent the nation in para powerlifting at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games.

Currently a Senior Executive at Republic Polytechnic, Aini manages RP’s Xperiential Learning Centre, Singapore’s first large-scale inclusive outdoor adventure facility.

Shiromi De Alwis
Dr. Shiromi De Alwis
Director General (Sri Lanka Anti-Doping Agency)

Dr. Shiromi De Alwis is currently the Director General of the Sri Lanka Anti-Doping Agency. With a distinguished career spanning over 25 years, she is a highly qualified and experienced professional in the field of anti-doping education, exercise, and sports medicine, with significant contributions made to the international sports community. She has also participated in major international events such as the Olympic Games and the Commonwealth Games as an International Doping Control Officer.

Dr. Shiromi graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) Degree from Lady Harding Medical College, University of New Delhi, India.

C Kunalan
Mr. C Kunalan
Olympian, Pioneer Athlete

Mr. C Kunalan is an accomplished athlete who represented Singapore in numerous major sporting events, which he earned five Asian Games and nine Southeast Asian Peninsular (SEAP) Games medals. He also represented the country in the 1968 Mexico City Olympic Games and his 10.38 seconds in the 100 metres quarter final was a Singapore national record which stood for 33 years. He was named Sportsman of the Year in both 1968 and 1969.

After his retirement from sports, he made major contributions in the field of education and also received numerous awards for his excellence service in teaching before retiring in 2022.

Natashya Marcellina
Ms. Natashya Marcellina
Director, Education (Indonesia Anti-Doping Organization)

Natashya Marcellina Ardiany is currently the Head of Education of the Indonesia Anti-Doping Organisation (IADO). She was a former National Champion in the sport of Roller Speed Skate in Indonesia and also has experience in the field of coaching.

She graduated from Universitas Negeri Semarang, Indonesia with a Bachelor's Degree majoring in Sport Coaching Education and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia. She then completed her Masters in Sport Management at Seoul National University as a Scholarship Awardee.

Mok Ying Ren
Dr Mok Ying Ren
Member (National Anti-Doping Advisory Board), Former Athlete

Dr. Mok Ying Ren is currently a member of the National Anti-Doping Advisory Board (NADAB) and advises SportSG and Anti-Doping Singapore (ADS) on all anti-doping issues. As a former national athlete, he won the gold medal twice at the Southeast Asian Games in two different disciplines – triathlon in 2007 and marathon in 2013. He was also the national 5000m and half marathon record holder of Singapore.

He is a graduate of Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore (NUS), where he was a NUS Scholar. He completed his Master’s degree in Sports Medicine at the University of Queensland in 2017, and his residency in orthopaedics in 2022 under the National University Hospital Residency Programme. He was nominated as a Valedictorian for his graduating class of 2022.

Anat Ratanapol
Mr Anat Ratanapol
Olympian, Pioneer Athlete

Mr. Anat Ratanapol was one of Asia’s leading sprinters in the 1970s. In his first international event, he won 2 gold medals, 200 metres and 4✗100 metres, and silver in the 100 metres in the Asian Games 1970. His impressive career continued in the 1973 Asian Championships which he won both 100 and 200 metres (running a lifetime best of 20.8 seconds in the semi-final), and he repeated his gold medals in the 1974 Asian Games and the 1975 Asian Championships. In total he won two relay and seven individual gold medals in Asian Championships or Games. He was a 4✗100 m team member at the Olympics both in 1972 and 1976, in Montréal he also ran the 100 m and qualified for the second round.