Media enquiries

Unharm connects journalists with people who bring new perspectives to media reporting, including lived experience of drugs

For media enquiries, contact:

Will Tregoning – CEO
[email protected]
0491 173 099

Media spokespeople

Will Tregoning

Drug policy, About Unharm, Lived experience

Will is the CEO of Unharm.

Sam Kidd


Sam is the Campaigns Director of Unharm.

Shawnee Rose

Lived experience

Shawnee is an advocate, activist and public innovator from Sydney.

Ernie Hamilton

Lived experience

Ernie is a veterinarian, events manager and DJ from the NSW Southern Highlands.

Kamili J. Hennessy

Lived experience

Kamili is a writer, financial planner and festival manager from regional NSW

Nat Gombos

Lived experience

Nat is a Sydney solicitor and business consultant.

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Lived experience

Katelyn is a former social worker currently retraining and surviving for now as a barista.


Lived experience

Aaron was diagnosed with inattentive ADHD and autism as an adult and through his work with harm reduction has seen how stigma and open discrimination towards people who use illicit substances has impeded proper treatment.

Karly King

Lived experience

Works in drug and alcohol and peer advocacy.

Don Fuggle

Lived experience

Don is a building design consultant, life coach and dance enthusiast from Sydney.

Sam Murray

Lived experience

Sam is a doctor, harm reduction advocate and psychedelics advocate.

Angela Johnson

Lived experience

Angela is an educator, social worker, proud local community member, dancing queen

Nick Wallis

Lived experience

Nick is a broadcaster/webcaster with a background in not-for-profit organisations who currently works in harm reduction at festivals and events.


Lived experience

Tom works in marketing helping companies find new and engaging ways to connect and communicate.

Apply for StoryLab

Do you have a story that hasn’t been heard?

Journalists covering drug stories mostly write about law enforcement, and they are always quoting people like police and politicians. People who use drugs are almost never quoted. StoryLab prepares people like you to bring new, honest perspectives to media reporting about drugs.