“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”


In the last seven years Narelle has worked in the international development sector and has recently returned from 2 1/2 years in Tanzania where she was the Director of Operations of Marie Stopes Tanzania. Narelle is currently working with a number of Australian Not For Profit organisations around AusAID re-accreditation, Value for Money in Programming and Risk Management.
Prior to moving to the international Developemnt sector Narelle was an Associate Director at Ernst & Young.
Narelle holds a Bachelor of Commerce, is a Certified Practicing Accountant and is currently undertaking post graduate studies in Public Health.


Claire is a Co-Founder of The Bravery, a communications and social impact agency dedicated to positive social and environmental change. As the former Communications Manager of Marie Stopes International Australia, Claire’s background is in international aid – a sector she is still strongly connected to today as an independent advisor to the Australian Council For International Development. Claire brings to the board over ten years experience in corporate and consumer communications, and is a media expert within topical and issues-rich environments, with specialist crisis media management skills. She holds a Bachelor of Communications from RMIT University.


Sara is a Senior Manager with Earnst & Young’s Risk Advisory division. She has over 12 years global experience delivering risks consulting, internal audit and external audit services, working with a large range of clients from corporate to large government agencies and not for profit organisations. Sara holds a Bachelors in Commerce and Administration, has a Graduate Diploma in Professional Accounting and is a member of the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants and Institute of Internal Auditors.


Chantelle Baxter is the co-founder and CEO of One Girl. In the past 4 years she has raised over $1.8 million for One Girl and given 70+ keynote speeches at schools, universities, business and conferences. Chantelle has been recognised as one of Anthills 30 Under 30 Entrepreneurs (2014, 2012), Mamamia’s Most Clickable Women (2013), Cosmopolitan Magazines 30 Influential Aussie Women Under 30 (2013) and one of Melbourne’s Top 100 Most Influential People.


Marty is the founder and CEO of the digital agency, Get Started. His agency has been a leader in the digital and web industry for over 15 years, working with a wide range of businesses to create digital experiences that matter. Marty has many years’ experience as a Director, including Board positions for online fruit and vegetable business Eatfresh, accredited domain registrar Domain Candy, IT company Propellerheads, and the charity sponsorship website, Online Giving. Marty brings exceptional leadership, commercial and entrepreneurial experience to the Board.


Charlie is the Appeals Manager at Oxfam Australia, where he oversees some of Oxfam’s largest and boldest fundraising campaigns. He has more than 10 years experience in marketing, communications and fundraising across the corporate, community and international development sectors. He’s also a keen videographer, obscure sports fan and intrepid wanderer. Charlie holds a bachelor of Arts and Commerce from Monash University.


Michelle is the founder and Principal of Living Collaborations, supporting world-changing partnerships to deepen their collaborative impact. Currently London-based, Michelle is a specialist in partnering and collaboration, with over 20 years experience in international and domestic social development within private, public, philanthropic and community sectors.