Laleh has over 17 years’ experience in management and clinical roles across the health and disability sectors. Since 2013, Laleh has held executive, senior management and research positions within public and private settings, including SA Health as the Manager of the Speech Pathology Department at Hamstead Rehabilitation Centre and in 2015, as Chief Investigator, funded by the Royal Adelaide Hospital Research Foundation. In 2016, Laleh joined the Lifetime Support Authority as Manager of Service Planning, and in 2019 joined SACARE as General Manager of Service Delivery.
Laleh is a registered Speech Pathologist and holds a Bachelor of Speech Pathology and a Master of Science degree (by research) from Flinders University. As a clinician, Laleh has extensive experience providing care and support to individuals impacted by cancer.
Passionate about delivering services that meet the needs of the community, Laleh strives to ensure that the services and research conducted at Cancer Council SA are improving the quality of life for all South Australians impacted by cancer.