2020 RESULTS Leadership Awards.
RESULTS Australia’s annual Leadership Awards celebrate the hard work and commitment of our advocates and the parliamentarians, journalists, like-minded organisations and partners in the business community with whom we work.
This year, COVID restrictions meant that our in-person event moved online. This provided us with the opportunity to include our wonderful advocates and supporters from across the country!
We thank all for joining us on this special occasion in recognising the people and organisations who work alongside RESULTS to help make the world a better place. Health is now more important globally than ever before.
Nominations came from Volunteers, Staff and Board members of RESULTS and we thank everyone nominated for their substantial contribution to our advocacy and efforts to increase investment in Australian aid to combat the medical and economic ravages of polio, TB and childhood under-nutrition.
The Awards Committee is grateful for the support of Lisa Cornish, winner of the RESULTS Media Award 2019 as the independent member of the Committee in 2020.
RESULTS Political Leadership Awards
Parliamentarians make significant contributions to RESULTS work as hard working and influential leaders, members of the Parliamentary TB Caucus, which informs MPs and Senators of the value of funding research, diagnosis and treatment of tuberculosis, and supporters in Parliament of immunisation programs that protect children from vaccine preventable diseases including Polio, pneumonia, diarrhoea, and measles, nutrition programs and support for COVID 19 programs.
- Mr John Alexander OAM MP
- The Hon Sharon Claydon MP
- Senator Louise Pratt
- Mr Dave Sharma MP
- Mr Trent Zimmerman MP
RESULTS Advocate/Volunteer Leadership Awards – More than 12 months
Advocates and Volunteers are our lifeblood – without them we would achieve little – they are deeply committed to RESULTS and are valued highly by RESULTS they write letters; they write to their MP; they visit their MP and they trek to Canberra to meet their MP and senators. Some Volunteers have been supporting RESULTS since we were established more than 30 years ago.
- Ashra Anver
- David Bailey
- Lucy Cremin
- Hanh Nguyen
- Sue Packham
- Janet Spencer
RESULTS Advocate/Volunteer Leadership Awards – Less than 12 months
Advocates and Volunteers are our lifeblood – without them we would achieve little – they are deeply committed to RESULTS and are valued highly by RESULTS they write letters; they write to their MP; they visit their MP and they trek to Canberra to meet their MP and senators. As an Advocate young people learn skills readily applicable and valuable in their careers. Some Volunteers also get out and run or cycle bringing sponsorship funds to support our work.
- Bruna Contro de Godoy
- Travis Gibson
- Nic Gould
- Andrea Herrera
- Lyba Khan
- Daniel Ostrowski
- Amanda Pham
- Annie Pidgeon
RESULTS Media Leader Award
RESULTS relies heavily on the support of media in bringing important stories about global health to the attention of the Australian Public. They also publish letters from our Advocates highlighting the vital impact and value of Australian Aid.
- Tahlea Aualiitia – ABC Pacific Beat
- Ben Doherty – Guardian Australia
- Jonathon Pryke – Lowy Institute
RESULTS Not For Profit Partner Award
Without NFP partners in campaigning and advocacy we would have a small voice – we are more powerful and effective when we work with capable and hardworking partners – each organisation has our speciality and we work together to eliminate global poverty.
- Burnet Institute
- Micah Australia
RESULTS Corporate Leader Award
Our valuable corporate partners provide us with direct funds, substantial discounts and in-kind donations for which we are immensely grateful. Our corporate partners recognise that their investment in an incredibly efficient organisation is value for money. RESULTS operates on very limited funds converting it to 300 times its original value each year through advocacy for global health investments in reliable and trustworthy global institutions including the Global Fund and Gavi the Vaccine alliance.
- Christie Spaces
Professor Julie Leask.
Julie Leask is professor in the Susan Wakil School of Nursing and Midwifery, Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Sydney. Julie has qualifications in public health, nursing and midwifery. Her research focuses on behavioural science in public health, specifically vaccination uptake and strengthening vaccination programs and policy. She also teaches and researches in field of risk communication in health emergencies.
She is visiting professorial fellow at the National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance. She has a range of advisory roles with WHO: as chair of the Working Group on Measuring Behavioural and Social Drivers of Vaccination and she also sits on the Immunization and Vaccines related Implementation Research advisory committee and the South East Asia Regional Immunization Technical Advisory Group. She is a member of the steering group for the Australian Regional Immunisation Alliance.
Julie was named overall and global category winner of the Australian Financial Review 100 Women of Influence in 2019.
Lady Morauta, Vice Chair of the Global Fund, PNG based.
Roslyn Morauta is a permanent resident of Papua New Guinea and has lived in the country for thirty-seven years.
Roslyn has extensive experience in both the private and public sectors in Papua New Guinea. She has worked in the PNG National Planning Office, as an adviser in the Department of Finance, undertaken consultancy management with (then) Coopers & Lybrand, and now manages her family’s business interests. She has close knowledge of development policy, global health policy, PNG government policy and practice, the PNG health system, the PNG economy and private sector, and the environment for investment.
Roslyn has an extensive network of contacts at all levels in both the public and private sectors in Papua New Guinea.
In addition to running the family business interests, Roslyn is involved in voluntary community work and serves as a Director on a number of boards. Her voluntary work, mostly focussed on Health and HIV issues in the country and region, began when she was First Lady of PNG, and has intensified in the years since. She was Chair of the PNG Country Coordinating Committee for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria, representing the private sector.
In 2019 Roslyn was appointed as Vice Chair of the Board of the Global Fund.
2019 Leadership Awards
The RESULTS Australia Leadership Awards in 2019 were a great success.
Nominations came from Advocates, Staff and Board members of RESULTS and we thank everyone nominated for their substantial contribution to our advocacy and efforts to increase investment in Australian aid to combat the medical and economic ravages of polio, TB and childhood under-nutrition.