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.
Anne is Results’ Operations Manager. She has worked in education, human resources, and general management for a variety of national and multinational organisations. She has continued to work in business administrations, combining her operational knowledge with a desire to work with for-purpose organisations to make a positive impact, both within the business and the wider community.
Campaigns & Communications Officer
Emily is the Results Campaigns & Communications 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.