ISA Board Member
Keren Ludski is the CEO of Red Nose Australia. Keren has thirty years of clinical and business experience including a degree in Psychology, a Master of Counselling and a Graduate Certificate in Bereavement Counselling and Intervention. Keren has worked supporting bereaved parents and families, providing clinical supervision and educating other professionals in the field of grief and loss. Through her work at Red Nose, Keren is passionate about the prevention of stillbirth and the sudden and unexpected death of babies whilst ensuring those impacted by the death of a baby, at any stage, are provided with best practice bereavement support. As CEO of Red Nose, Keren is charged with achieving the strategic goals of the organisation which has a very strong focus on stillbirth prevention, advocacy and bereavement support; whilst also ensuring long term financial stability through fundraising and grants. Keren is a passionate collaborator and has built many networks in the maternal and newborn health space.