Negaya Chorley has 20 years experience in human rights. She is passionate about creating spaces for people at the margins to inform policy-making at the local, national and global level. Negaya has worked with communities in Africa, Asia and the Pacific Islands towards this aim; bringing together policymakers and representatives from often marginalised groups (women, children, refugees, people living with HIV and Aboriginal leaders) to collectively shape solutions.
Negaya has led a number of organisations spanning refugees, youth development and women’s rights in addition to leading UNICEF Australia and Caritas Australia’s policy influencing work. As a passionate believer in values-based leadership, she works hard to carve out and create environments within which staff and colleagues can thrive.
Negaya holds a BA Hons in International Development from the University of East Anglia, a Masters in International Development Policy from Duke University and Graduate Certificates in Peace and Conflict Resolution and Non-Profit Leadership from the University of North Carolina.
Head of Campaigns
Shiva Shrestha is RESULTS Australia’s Global Health Campaign Manager. He is our lead for TB campaign work, including providing support to our role as host of the Secretariat to the Australian TB Caucus.
Shiva originates from Nepal, and has been working in the public health sector for over a decade. He specialises in public health advocacy, behaviour change communication, and community engagement. In the past, he has served in various roles with international organizations like International Union Against TB and Lung Diseases (The Union), FHI 360 and PATH.
In his recent work with The Union, Shiva has managed the India TB Caucus and the partnership work with Rotary India and HelpAge.
He has a Masters in Health Administration (MHA) from Tata Institute of Social Science, India.
Global Partnerships Manager
Amelia Harris is RESULTS Australia’s Global Partnerships Manager.
She enjoys balancing the best possible outcome for all stakeholders and believes good business and philanthropy should go hand in hand.
Policy and Advocacy Manager
Mark Rice is RESULTS Australia’s Policy and Advocacy Manager. He has worked as a staff member for RESULTS Australia since 2013.
Previously, he was a volunteer with RESULTS Australia for 25 years and served as National Coordinator, Research and Advocacy Coordinator and in various roles on the Board.
Mark has also worked as a researcher and financial advisor in the Australian Federal Government and the Government of the State of Queensland. He has completed a Bachelor of Economics and Masters in Public Administration.
Grassroots Engagement Coordinator
Jawoon Kim in RESULTS Australia’s Grassroots Engagement Coordinator. She is passionate about empowering everyday people to use their voice to be the change they want to see. This led her to work and volunteer with various grassroots movements in mobilising and organising people, most recently working for the grassroots movement to end violence against women.
She is also an avid coffee-drinker and globe-trotter who enjoys watching cute animal vdeos in her past time.
Policy Advisor (Child Health)
Michelle is the RESULTS Child Health Policy Advisor. In 2016 and 2017 she was RESULTS’ Global Health Campaign Manager and led its work to secure an Australian contribution at the previous replenishment of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. She has returned to lead the replenishment campaign for Gavi – The Vaccine Alliance in 2020.
In the meantime, Michelle worked as an independent consultant and in the Advocacy and Campaigns team at the Stop TB Partnership, based in Geneva. She has a Bachelor of Arts with Honours, a Masters of International Public Health and a PhD in Public Health, all from the University of Sydney.
Outside the office Michelle can be found singing with her choir, baking (her colleagues are regular beneficiaries of her kitchen escapades) or listening to whatever new podcast she has just discovered.
Admin & Campaign Support Officer
Emily is the RESULTS Admin & Campaign Support Officer, working on a range of tasks throughout the organisation.
Previously working in events and logistics, Emily enjoyed time working on projects such as The Voice, Mardi Gras, NYE at the Sydney Opera House, and most recently Sydney Oxfam Trailwalker.
Passionate about international development and aid, Emily has volunteered internationally and completed a Bachelor of Social Science Majoring in Development Studies and Culture Change from Macquarie University.
Board of Directors
Chris Franks has been the Board Chair of RESULTS Australia since 2014. Chris is a company director with over 14 years’ experience on large financial and not-for-profit boards. She has extensive executive experience in sales, marketing, consumer research and customer service in both commercial and not-for-profit sectors.
(MA, MAICD, FAIM)
Luke Mitchell joined the Results Advisory Board having returned to Australia from a successful career in the Asia Pacific Region and offers 20+ years of board and operational experience running large scale MNC businesses. He has most recently worked in senior executive roles with Varian Medical and DKSH. Luke also serves as Deputy Chairman of the Board of Variety the Children’s Charity (Hong Kong) where he was one of the founding Directors and has a particular interest in developing and providing opportunities and access to care for underprivileged children. Luke’s background is originally in IT and systems engineering and attended both Macquarie MGSM (MA) and Stanford University (SEP).
Rob has over 20 years of executive experience in media, publishing and advertising, in markets as diverse as Canada, Australia, Vietnam and Hong Kong. His key area of interest and expertise is digital innovation and creativity, holding an MBA from the Berlin School of Creative Leadership. Rob is also a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
He has successfully led teams that have tackled a broad range of marketing and communication challenges across the automotive, government, travel, media and entertainment industries. With new technologies connecting people on a scale never previously seen, Rob enjoys understanding the significant shifts taking place across society, business and culture, and the opportunities arising as a result.
Marcus Marchant is a senior digital and marketing executive with experience across banking, telecommunications and insurance. He is passionate about using digital channels to create value, connect people and drive innovation, and joined Results in 2017 to bring these skills to our cause.
Marcus holds an Executive Masters of Business Administration from Melbourne University and undergraduate degrees in both law and commerce. He is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and sits on other not for profit boards in the innovation and business advisory sectors.
Mia Bromley is a Senior Manager for an Australian health and social sector consultancy. Mia’s particular areas of expertise include population health planning, workforce planning, data analysis and evaluation.
Mia is also a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and sits on two not- for-profit boards in the health and disability space. Mia has a Masters of Public Health, a Graduate Diploma in Public Health, and an undergraduate qualification in Criminology and Youth Justice. Mia has a strong focus on social and health equity, and has experience working with Aboriginal and other culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
Mia has a particular interest in the impact of changing funding models in Australia – the rollout of consumer directed funding models in disability and aged care, the impact of primary care commissioning, and the opportunities arising in the areas of social impact investment and social enterprise.
Jutta Rieger joined RESULTS in 2016 with the aim to contribute to its important cause, drawing on 20+ years of international leadership experience in the commercial sector across Australia, Asia and Europe.
Holding a Master’s Degree in Engineering and an MBA, she has hands-on experience in executive leadership, managing diverse teams marketing products and services to diverse industries including the healthcare sector and governmental organisations in developed as well as emerging countries.
Jutta is passionate about being able to make a personal contribution to the wellbeing of people who are not so fortunate to live in a country like Australia where we have access to high-quality healthcare and education.
Rex Shaw is a qualified Accountant with an MBA and many years’ executive experience as a finance professional in a range of industries including accounting, marketing, financial services and aged care.
As a CFO and senior executive Rex has worked effectively with the company Board and Board Audit Committee. He enjoys working in a team bringing sound strategic leadership, excellent financial and analytical skills and a stakeholder focus to the achievement of organisational goals.
Rex also has extensive volunteering experience in Australia and Overseas, having contributed to church, school, sporting and international development organisations.
Florian Grenier is a Senior Business Advisor with a focus on strategy and risk management. He brings international commercial experience across multiple industries.
Working with senior stakeholders on their strategic agenda to design growth options and improve operational performance, he brings a pragmatic view to effectively manage risks while ensuring optimum outcomes for organisations. He has reported results of work to various Boards and Finance, Audit and Risk Committees.
Florian is a Certified Internal Auditor and holds a Master of Business Administration from IE Business School in Spain.
Ted is an experienced non-executive director with over 18 years board experience in public, private and not for profit organisations. He has been a CEO and senior executive in industrial, infrastructure and resource sectors, restructuring operations within Australia and establishing platforms for growth internationally into Canada, United States, the Middle East, India, Indonesia and New Zealand. His expertise is in strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions, operational excellence, government relations, logistic, finance and risk management and provides corporate advice to clients in these areas. He is currently Chair of CatholicCare and Director of North Sydney Community Services Ltd and Growing Potential Ltd Institute of Company Directors.
Anne Marie Troutman
Advisory Board Member
Anne Marie Troutman commenced her career as a social worker in both counselling and
community development roles before moving to executive roles in human resources and
employee relations. She has led an interdepartmental women’s policy unit in government and
later moved to management consultancy in large global professional services firms in Australia,
the UK and Europe. Consulting to both the private and the public sector, she specialised in
organisational transformation and change, leadership development, organisational strategy,
strategy implementation, organisational development, performance and process improvement,
executive coaching and human resource management.
She frequently facilitates strategic and operational planning events and stakeholder negotiations
and coaches senior executives. She has sat on two National Committees (Women’s Advisors to
Government and the inaugural Committee for Violence against Women) early in her career.
Anne Marie has led projects in public sector reform in the UK, Indonesia, the Commonwealth
Public Service and the Queensland Government.
She has volunteered for some time on a medical ship providing health and community services to
remote parts of Papua New Guinea.
Advisory Board Member
Brett Savill is the CEO of Quantify Technology, an ASX-listed smart home automation business. Prior
to that, he has held a number of roles – CEO of Free TV Australia, CFO and Corporate Development
Director of BAI Communications – as well as being a PwC partner in the UK and Netherlands. Brett
lives in Sydney with his wife and children. He is a lover of the arts and a poor golfer.
Advisory Board Member
Caroline Ferris is an experienced executive with nearly 20 years in Banking at the Commonwealth
Bank of Australia. She has had diverse roles across the CBA Group; working in areas such as
transformation projects, divestment projects, development and launch of new products and
services, customer experience initiatives, marketing and payments development. In addition to her
work Caroline devotes time and energy to mentoring the leaders of tomorrow. She has recently
joined a team that will play a major role in the CBA’s simplification strategy by leading the separation
of divested businesses. Caroline started her career in Health Sciences, gaining a Bachelor of Applied
Science (Physiotherapy) at the University of Sydney. She worked across a wide range of clinical
settings including the United Kingdom before making the transition to Banking.
Outside of work Caroline has 3 school age children and shows her commitment to volunteering by
being highly involved in their schools and sporting organisations. She has a passion for keeping fit
and has recently taken up regular kayaking. She has recently joined the Board of WASH House, a not
for profit servicing disadvantaged women in the Local Government Area of Bankstown.
Caroline also loves learning and in addition to her Science Degree she has an MBA from University of
Technology Sydney and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Advisory Board Member
Diana is Chief People Officer, Opteon since 2018 where she leads the people, culture, change and
communication strategy. She is a commercial and strategic HR leader with international experience
across a range of global roles and industries, including property, technology, banking and finance, retail and automotive.
Previously, Diana held Head of HR positions within Telstra Consumer and Telstra Business, and was
also General Manager Talent & Acquisition for the national telecommunications leader. Other roles
have included Group Talent Manager for Salmat and Senior HR positions for Lloyds Banking Group in the UK.
Diana completed a Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Arts at The University of Melbourne, where she majored in Human Resource Management and Psychology. She holds nearly two decades of
generalist HR, change, transformation, leadership and talent management experience.
Advisory Board Member
Graeme Kerridge is an international health development management consultant who has worked in over 25 countries throughout Africa, Asia and the Pacific and in the countries of the former Soviet Union. He has been a consultant, team leader and technical manager on assignments funded by USAID, AusAID (DFAT), GIZ and other donors. He has particularly focused on supporting grants from the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM).
He comes to international poverty reduction from an economics perspective, having Bachelor qualifications in Economics and Health Administration, and Master degrees in Business Administration, Economic Development and Health Economics. In addition to his technical support work, Graeme has held adjunct appointments and provided lectures to post-graduate programs at several universities around Australia.
Advisory Board Member
Jen Robinson joined the RESULTS Advisory Board in 2020 with the goal to actively contribute to the outcomes-focused work the organisation is known for. She has a Bachelor degree in communications and a Masters in international relations.
Jen is a senior leader in strategic stakeholder engagement, with a 20+ year career across not for profit organisations, global corporate companies and international development. Jen is passionate about diversity, capacity building and community-empowerment initiatives that deliver sustained change.
Advisory Board Member
With a background in the human services and local government sectors, Nicola Atmore’s focus for some time has been on outcomes, in particular harnessing the power of volunteers to deliver social impact. She is driven by the big picture and enjoys developing strategy and translating it into action. Nicola’s wish to be involved with RESULTS stems from a belief that the provision of key services can change lives and outcomes for communities.
Advisory Board Member
Ryan Turbill is CEO & Executive Director of Clique Logistics, a National Logistics Management company that he started in 2013. Clique has built to turnover of $13 million this financial year and winning a number of accolades including South Australia’s Fast Movers Winner 2017; AFR Fast Starters list 2016, 2017 and AFR Fast 100 list 2018
Ryan is a member of the CEO Institute, Friend of Rotary and I Track Mentor with the Smith Family.
His personal mission is to positively impact his family, friends, colleagues and broader community.
first and foremost as a family man to partner Tamara, Mia 8 and Noah 5. He is also a passionate Hawthorn Member, enjoys Horse Racing, enjoying good food and wine with friends.
Advisory Board Member
Terina Stibbard is the Director, Local Area Coordination at St Vincent de Paul Society NSW, where she has operational and strategic leadership of the program for the Society. Her strong ties with the NDIA and disability providers build on her previous role in the society delivering a portfolio of services in the accessibility and inclusion space.
Prior to this, Terina spent 16 years working in international development at community and project levels. This has included working across Southern Africa at the local level on programs to minimise impact of HIV and AIDS though education, advocacy and empowerment in poor and marginalised communities; and In PNG and Timor Leste planning and delivering and projects spanning the areas of health, education, water and sanitation, food security and nutrition and HIV and AIDS.
Terina has a Masters in International and Community Development as well as a Masters of Profession Education and Workplace Training and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Advisory Board Member
Tony has extensive experience in the I.T and financial services industries including 20 years in Executive I.T Management roles at FAI Life, TOWER Australia, MBF and most recently Veda/Equifax.
Tony’s most recent role as Chief Information Officer involved a turnaround of the delisted Veda business under Private Equity ownership to ultimately deliver both a successful ASX listing, and finally acquisition by Equifax Inc.
In these roles, Tony has gained significant experience in the due diligence, acquisition, integration, and ASX listing processes including the merger of FAI Life with Tower Australia and subsequent listing, MBF readiness for listing prior to acquisition and integration with Bupa, Veda’s acquisition of 12 companies over an 8 year period, ASX listing, and ultimate acquisition by Equifax Inc.
Tony has lived and worked in the UK and USA but has always called Sydney home. Tony has a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science (UTS), a Masters in Business Administration (MGSM), and recently graduated from the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Now operating as a (sporadic) independent consultant, Tony’s interests include travel, golf, wine, and giving back to the community.
Advisory Board Member
Yanni has broad experience in media and marketing, with 10 years in the industry spanning work in media, social platforms, content, creative and customer experience agencies.
He is a thorough and evidence-based brand and communications strategist, focussed on creating distinctive, desired and differentiated brands.
He has consulted to small and large businesses in a variety of industries, including tourism, entertainment, automotive, technology, finance, FMCG and telecommunications.
He has worked with a number of charities as a consultant, advisor and management committee member. These include charities that address problem areas such as poverty, domestic violence, crime and disadvantaged youth.
He is passionate about helping organisations set and achieve long-term goals.
The Board is responsible for the governance and overall successful operation of RESULTS. It is tasked with achieving the mission of RESULTS; providing and implementing strategy; ensuring financial viability; ensuring compliance with contractual, statutory and other legal obligations; and protecting the reputation and values of RESULTS.
The Board consists of seven members elected for a maximum of three 2-year terms at the Annual General Meeting. The Board may appoint two additional members with specific skills for a term of two years.
The Board meets eight to ten times each year including one planning workshop. It delegates work to three Sub-Committees:
- Governance & Nominations
- Finance, Risk & Audit
- Fundraising Marketing & Media
Board members are selected on the basis that they possess the abilities, skills and passion to fulfill the mission, objectives and vision of RESULTS and that they are members of RESULTS and are Australian residents.
It is essential that Board members be enthusiastic ambassadors for RESULTS, have the time to fully perform their duties and be able to work collaboratively.
Directors are not remunerated for their services and do not receive expenses.
The Board represents the interests of the organization and its members.
Results Members must be a natural person, with a demonstrable interest in the vision, objects, and goals of RESULTS and have applied for, been nominated and approved for membership of RESULTS in accordance with Constitution. Once they have paid the annual fee their name is added to the member register.