Almost a decade after its creation as a peak national body advocating for the health of Australia’s queer community, the National LGBTI Health Alliance has found itself on its knees and gutted by a lack of government funding and allegations of infighting at its most senior levels.

Just as serious, there have been concerns about how the organisation handles its finances, and why the board is led by a chairperson serving a third term (the organisation's constitution says a chairperson can only serve two consecutive terms, unless the board resolves otherwise).