Mary has worked in international development & humanitarian aid for over 20 years. She has worked at the heart of communities and in international fora – her passion is effectively connecting the two for justice and positive change. A nurse-midwife with a M.Sc. in Community Health, she brings a wealth of experience to the foundation which she joined in 2010.
Karell joined the foundation in 2015. With experiences in the financial services industry and in the not-for-profit sector, she brings a unique perspective to development work. As a chartered accountant and a certified fraud examiner her professional skills ensure that our funds are managed to highest standards and will deliver the best impact for our grantees.
Aengus joined HDF in 2018 having spent the previous ten years working with both NGOs and consultancies. Following stints in Fiji and Palestine, Aengus has worked in multiple countries across Africa and Asia. His professional expertise is focused on the potential of communications to enhance every aspect of the development process.
Andy joined HDF in 2018. Andy has over fifteen years’ experience working on child and youth centered community development programming, primarily in Latin America and Asia. With a BA in Anthropology and Spanish from the University of Melbourne, Andy has a strong interest in issues related to child rights, ethnic and cultural diversity, and monitoring and evaluation.
Anuradha MukherjeeLiaison Officer
Anuradha joined HDF in 2015. She has a Masters in Development Communication, and brings with her vast experience in programme management including monitoring and evaluation of programmes working with children and women. Anuradha is committed towards a life of dignity and full potential for every child.
Rosemary joined HDF in 2015. She has an MSc. in Community Health and has worked in Africa since 1989 with a range of NGOs in the humanitarian and development sectors. Rosemary has a wealth of experience in organisational development and programme management and is committed to building the capacity of civil society organisations to develop local solutions to development problems.