“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”
Morgan is One Girl’s CEO. She came to lead One Girl after spending many years working in education and law, because women’s education is the thing that gets her out of bed in the morning: she believes that knowledge is the spark that can change the world we live in for the better. Outside of the office Morgan loves bush-walking related adventuring and pampering her vegetable garden.
Larissa is our Chief Wordsmith and Communications Guru. She manages our online presence and is the gatekeeper of all our communications and content – so if you’re reading or hearing about One Girl somewhere on the interwebs or out in the world, Larissa is probably behind it! She’s a big fan of sleeping in, caffeine (in all its forms), and telling stories that matter.
KATY LE GALL
Katy is our Fundraising and Relationships Manager. In 2015 she left behind a 15 year career in advertising to join our team. Her role involves devising fundraising strategies and ensuring our amazing supporters know how much we love them. She loves classic 80s pop, grunge music from the 1990s and cheese (though not necessarily in that order).
Anita is our Chief of International Programs. It’s her job to make sure all the funds we raise are making a lasting difference to girls in Africa. She works with an amazing programs teams to design, co-ordinate, monitor, and ensure our programs are running smoothly and have the impact that they should. Her loves include eating pasta, living and working in different countries, and dancing with her kids.
Micaela is our International Program Coordinator for Sierra Leone. She spends her days managing relationships with our amazing program partners, making sure our programs are running without a hitch, and finding innovative ways to make sure we’re having an awesome impact. When she’s not travelling the world, she loves coffee, a good book, trashy TV…and more coffee.
Sharni is our HR and Community Manager. She is a passionate human rights advocate, on a mission to create a better world for girls. She recently moved from her Blue Mountains abode in Sydney to join the One Girl family in Melbourne. She is the proud mama of 2 kitties (Maple & Moo), loves adventure travel & the outdoors, and is very excited to soon graduate from her Master of Human Rights.
Alli is our Finance Manager. Before joining the One Girl fam, she spent 20 years working for lots of corporates. But after having her daughter what she considered important changed, and she decided to make the switch to the Not-For-Profit world and do work that made a difference for girls. She loves travel and hiking, and whipping up recipes from one of her 100 (yes 100!) cookbooks.
OUR SIERRA LEONE TEAM
Emmanuel started as volunteer for One Girl Sierra Leone in 2013, before coming on as our full time in-country Program Coordinator in 2014. He oversees our Scholarships and LaunchPad projects on the ground in Sierra Leone and works tirelessly to build exceptional relationships with our project communities and stakeholders.
Zainab began as a volunteer assistant on One Girl’s Scholarships Program in 2015, and since 2016 has become our LaunchPad Project Officer, playing a crucial role in our expansion of LaunchPad across more communities and in schools, coordinating the training of new champions, and monitoring and measuring the program’s successes.
Christiana also began as a volunteer assistant for One Girl’s Scholarship Program in 2016, and in 2017 was brought on as a full time Alumni Project Officer. She establishes close relationships with One Girl scholars and their families, and plays a supporting role in the selection of new scholars.
During a life-changing trip to Sierra Leone, Chantelle was struck by the challenges that women and girls face everywhere and committed herself to doing something about it, co-founding One Girl in 2009. As Chief Inspiration Officer, Chantelle inspired our community to get off their ass and start making a difference – crafting the passionate, real and fiery voice that One Girl has become known for.
After traveling through Africa and meeting just some of the 60 million girls around the world out of school, Dave knew he wanted to do something about it. So he co-founded One Girl in 2009, and as the Chief Storyteller was the creative brain behind much of our videos and photography, bringing to life the authentic and compelling storytelling that has become our signature.