Mr Graeme Lade – Chair B.A. (Hons), ANU
As the former Australian Ambassador to Nepal and Director of Malaysia, Brunei and Singapore Section in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Graeme brings a wealth of insight to the ACCF team. Having also accompanied his wife on assignments in the Philippines, Vietnam and Myanmar, he has witnessed the challenges faced by women and healthcare providers in the developing world and is committed to bringing about practical and sustainable change.
Jade Demnar – Director B.A., B.Bus. Man, UQ
Jade is a member of the senior executive service in the Federal Government. She previously spent many years as a management consultant in global professional services firm, Accenture where she specialised in Change Management and Innovation with Government & Health clients. She is also on the board of Multicultural Australia.
Ms Elizabeth Rigby – Director
Libbi is an experienced design and brand specialist, passionate in the pursuit of good design outcomes for cities, communities and people. She has over 18 years of proven experience working across the disciplines of user experience, wayfinding, brand and experiential marketing. She has played a key role in the leadership, management and implementation of many well recognised brands and design programmes throughout Australia, United Kingdom, Europe and the USA. Libbi’s passion is to work with organisations and brands that have the power and influence to make a difference when it comes to creating cities, places and spaces so that they are specifically designed, built and operated for the communities they serve.
Ms Kylie Hawker – Director MMktg – UoN, MAICD
Kylie has over 18 years’ experience in Executive Management Marketing and Communications roles, in both commercial and not for profit organisations across Asia Pacific. Kylie spent 8 years living and working in Singapore leading a diverse team across the region. She is also the Chair of Better Care Delivered (BCD).
Michelle Hutton – Director B. Bus.
Michelle is a leading global communication executive with an international career spanning Asia, Australia, and Europe. She is currently the CEO of Edelman Australia and Vice Chair Asia Pacific. She is a member of the International Women’s Forum, was a founding Board Member of the Global Women in PR network and was previously a Board Director of The Communications Council in Australia serving on its Diversity and Inclusion Committee. She is a member of the NSW Advisory Board for food relief charity SecondBite.
Mr Terry Mulcahy – Director
Terry joins the ACCF Board after having been involved with the organisation through Hyundai’s “Hyundai Help 4 Kids” Foundation. Terry was previously the Head of Regional Operations for Hyundai Australia. He has over 25 years’ experience at senior executive level working for large automotive manufacturers. Terry is passionate about the well-being of all people both through opportunity and health.
Vicky Darling – Chief Executive Officer, Bachelor of Arts (Recreation Administration), Graduate Australian Institute of Company Directors
Vicky has many years of experience in the not-for-profit sector, including as CEO of VolunteeringACT, a management consultant for the volunteering sector, and as a previous Board member of ACCF.
Vicky has previously worked in government and the private sector, including as a member of the Queensland Parliament.
Professor Ian H Frazer, AC, FAA, Scientific Advisor BSc (Hons), MB, ChB, MD
As co-inventor of the HPV cervical cancer vaccine and 2006 Australian of the Year, Ian Frazer has been a driving force in ACCF’s efforts to reduce the impact of cervical cancer on women in Australia and the developing world. His continuing efforts to ensure the HPV vaccine and cervical screening are available where they are needed most, is an inspiration and guiding force for the entire ACCF team. Ian is also an Australian National Living Treasure. He was awarded the Eureka Prize for Leadership in Science in 2005 and the Prime Minister’s Science prize in 2008. Professor Frazer and his team of 100 researchers are working on the next big cancer breakthrough.