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NZAF appoints new Executive Director

NZAF appoints new Executive Director

New Zealand AIDS Foundation Chairperson Michael Stevens announced the appointment of Rachael Le Mesurier as the new Executive Director of the Foundation.

“We are pleased to have such a talented and experienced person to fill the huge gap left by departed Executive Director Kevin Hague. The NZAF Board are impressed with Rachael’s extensive range of skills and believe that she is the best person to consolidate and grow the Foundation through the next phase of the epidemic”. said Michael Stevens.

Rachael Le Mesurier has extensive experience in managing NGO organisations with leadership roles in the disability and the voluntary/welfare sectors. Rachael joins the NZAF from her present position as the Northern/Midland Regional Director of the Family Planning Association.

“I am extremely honoured to be chosen for the role of Executive Director at NZAF I have always been impressed by the huge credibility, the innovation and quality of the materials and programmes and the competency and professionalism of NZAF staff.” said Rachael Le Mesurier.

Rachael Le Mesurier takes up the position on the 10th November 2003.

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