The Kyeema Foundation Board in 2021-22

The Board is responsible for setting the strategic direction, ensuring compliance, providing governance, and approving the annual budget.

The Members of our Board are:

Dr. Robyn Alders, AO


Robyn Alders

Kim Bredhauer


Dr Rosa Costa


Rosa Costa

Elizabeth Godo


Chris Lee


Chris Lee

Sinéad Magill


sinead magill

Dr. Stewart Routledge, AO


Stewart Routledge

Fergus Smith


Fergus Smith

Sub-committees of the Board

The three Board Sub-committees meet three times a year prior to each Board meeting in order to improve organisational governance structure and outcomes.

The Strategic Planning (SP) Sub-committee comprising Robyn Alders (Chair), Elizabeth Godo, Aysegul Kayahan and Eliza Smith, leads the implementation of our 2021–2026 Strategic Plan and makes recommendations for areas on which we need to focus as an organisation in order to achieve our goals and create an environment that is reflective of our organisational values.

The Finance, Audit and Risk Management (FARM) Sub-committee comprising Fergus Smith (Chair), Kim Bredhauer, Celia Grenning and Stewart Routledge, oversees the checks and balances we have in place for managing our fundraising and expenditure, monitors organisation risk and acts to ensure that our organisation continues to be sustainable.

The Project Monitoring and Evaluation (PME) Sub-committee comprising Sinéad Magill (Chair), Pat Boland, Tarni Cooper, Rosa Costa and Stewart Routledge, oversees the selection of all new Kyeema projects and reviews our monitoring, evaluation and learning activities at project and organisational levels.

We sincerely thank our Board and Sub-committees, who are all volunteers, for their guidance and direction over the past year.

We are an Australian Charities and Not-For-Profit Commission (ACNC) registered charity.

We are also a member of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID).

We are an Australian NGO accredited by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and receive support through the Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP).

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