Jemma is a doctor specialising in medical administration (RACMA) and paediatric medicine (RACP). She is currently working as a Neonatal Intensive Care (NICU) Registrar at King Edward Memorial Hospital, in the largest tertiary NICU in Australia. Jemma previously worked as the Acting Director of Medical Services at St John of God Mt Lawley Hospital, a Medical Administration Registrar at St John of God Midland Public and Private Hospitals and as a Public Health Registrar on the state-wide COVID-19 response at the WA Department of Health.

She was appointed as the Co-Chair for the AMA WA Doctors in Training committee mid 2020 and as a Clinical Senator for WA. She also lectures on paediatric topics to medical students at Curtin University. In 2019, she completed her dual Masters in Health Management/Masters in Public Health (with Excellence) through UNSW.

She has interests in medical leadership, doctors welfare, medical education and workforce planning.

Qualifications: BSc (Psyc), MBBS, DCH, MHM, MPH