Without our dedicated staff, Board and volunteers, Cufa wouldn’t be able to deliver our inspiring and effective projects that create infinite value alleviating poverty across the Asia-Pacific region.
Here’s what Cufa’s CEO says about Cufa’s staff who work directly in and with the poor communities,
“I deeply acknowledge our field staff, all of whom are indigenous to the countries they work in, and who know the communities they work in intimately. This effectively translates to our field staff having profound cultural insight and sensitivity, in turn earning the trust of the community.”
Dr Peter Mason, CEO, Cufa
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She has worked extensively in both the commercial and public sectors, in a variety of fields including construction, computing, accounting, financial management and taxation. She became CEO of Summerland Credit Union in 1999. Margot is an active corporate citizen in the Northern Rivers of NSW and has participated in various regional development organisations and advisory groups over the past two decades.
David has held several senior positions at large corporates including Chief Information Officer at Teachers Mutual Bank and Program Director roles within both Operations and Risk Divisions for the Westpac Group and Asia/Pacific oversight and accountabilities as Head of Consumer Technologies APA at American Express.
Peter is a former Ernst & Young Tax and Business Advisory Partner. He was awarded The Centenary of Federation Medal in the General List by the Governor-General in 2001 for contribution to accounting Made a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in the General Division on Australia Day 2007 for service to accountancy and the community. He is currently also a Director of Metro South.
With over 20 years’ experience in leading NGO’s both in Australia and internationally, Colette brings a unique synthesis of effective and respectful leadership skills and practical experience gained through roles as the Laos-based Country Director for a global NGO, CEO of an Indigenous financial inclusion foundation, and strategic public-private partnership manager. Colette has extensive knowledge and expertise in female-centred economic development programs, microfinance and financial inclusion and is a highly skilled fundraiser and strategic stakeholder management advisor.