Negaya Chorley has 20 years experience in human rights working with communities throughout Africa, Asia and the Pacific Islands. She is passionate about creating spaces for people on the margins to inform policy-making at the local, national and global level. Negaya has led a number of organisations throughout the world spanning refugees, youth development and HIV AIDS. She is currently the CEO of Results International (Australia) which leverages millions in government funding for global health. Negaya is a Director at Habitat for Humanity and a Board member of the Pacific Friends of Global Health. A Duke University and World Peace Fellow alum and member of the Al Gore climate activist movement.
Operations Manager - Anne Walter
Anne is Results Australia’s 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 busines administration, 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. She has a BA (Hons) in English Literature and a Post Graduate Certificate in Education from The University of Exeter, and qualifications in HR from CIPD UK.
Advocacy Manager - Damian Facciolo
For more than 15 years, Damian Facciolo has led reform, advocacy and programs for health and development in Australia and across Asia and the Pacific. Damian has lived and worked in Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore and Australia and managed health policy and research programs in PNG, China, Cambodia, Laos, the Philippines and in countries of the Pacific. Damian previously worked with Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade developing health security programs in the Indo-Pacific. Damian also worked for UNAIDS, Save the Children, the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness and on a short deployment with the World Health Organization. Damian is passionate about health equity and financing and in a number of roles, focussed on advocacy and initiatives to increase access to services and ensure inclusion. Damian trained as a journalist and graduated with a BA (Hons) from RMIT University and a Master in Development Studies from the University of Melbourne.
Global Partnerships Manager - Vicky Tayler
Vicky is Results Australia’s Global Partnerships Manager and is responsible for building and managing relations with our current and future partners. She is also responsible for capturing our impact, building our profile and helping ensure we are compliant across our grants and partnerships. She has spent the last ten years working in the not-for-profit sector in charities in Australia and the UK, and is passionate about making a difference for people and communities who need it most. She holds a Bachelor of Communication and Graduate Certificate in Business Administration from The University of Newcastle.
Projects and Policy Officer -Grace Falconer
Grace is Results Australia's Projects and Policy Officer where she leads our work on tuberculosis, Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations and research & development. She is also undertaking a Master of Development Studies at the University of Melbourne and is passionate about fighting for gender equality, global health and amplifying the voices of young people in Australian politics. Grace is also a Youth Activist for Plan International Australia and has co-written reports focusing on girls' and young women’s activism. In addition, she has volunteered as the Fundraising Committee Secretary for Educating the Future, was a delegate for the ASEAN-Australia Young Leaders Forum and participated in the Girls Run The World initiative at the Embassy of France in 2022.
Projects and Communications Officer - Amelia Richardson
Amelia is Results Australia’s Projects and Communications Officer. She is a passionate researcher and storyteller, with experience ranging from applied anthropology to government communications. Amelia leads our work on women's and children's health, with a particular focus on vaccines and polio eradication. As part of this, Amelia facilitates Australia's polio Resource Mobilisation Group. Amelia holds a Bachelor of Development Studies (Honours) from the Australian National University, and is currently pursuing a Master of Communications and Media Studies at Monash University.