In Australia, we are registered as MSI Asia Pacific, a non-profit organisation focused on the Asia Pacific region, with tax deductible status and an independent Board of Directors. For information on the global leadership team and board, please visit our global website. You can also read our Board Constitution.
“I believe that MSI’s socially innovative and courageous approach makes a genuine difference to the lives of women and their families. I hope to see a future where every single woman is able to take her reproductive rights and health for granted.”
“I believe in choices and the basic right to be able to access quality sexual and reproductive healthcare and education. However, this right of access is limited – nowhere more so than among the estimated 65.3 million people who have been forcibly displaced worldwide. My hope is that MSI can continue to improve sexual health humanitarian responses.”
“MSI is an organisation that delivers. Using its growing international status to run programs that directly address the reproductive health needs of poor rural women and men, it does so without excessive bureaucracy and by placing committed people in the areas of greatest need.”
Narelle Magee is an exemplary leader with over 20 years’ experience in the health sector and in professional services for organisations including cohealth, Nossal Institute for Global Health, MSI and Ernst & Young. She has expertise in implementing strategic initiatives, as well as organisational and governance standards and processes. Narelle currently manages the Health Services businesses at GMBHA. In addition to her work with MSI, she is also a board member for the not-for-profit organisation, One Girl Australia.
“I am delighted to be joining the MSI Asia Pacific board. From my first interaction with the people at MSI, I have been impressed by their passion, dedication and focus on results, their genuine desire to push the boundaries and drive efficiency as a means of providing more and better services.”
Rachel is a seasoned leader with experience across local government, domestic not-for-profit and foreign aid. Rachel is the former mayor of the City of Port Phillip and board member of several associations. She has extensive experience in corporate fundraising for the not-for-profit sector and is the current General Manager of the Neighbourhood Justice Centre.