Article Title:First female director at AIDS Foundation
Category:New Zealand Daily News
Author or News Staff
Published on:23rd September 2003 - 12:00 pm
Story ID:2027
Text:Rachael Le Mesurier will be the first woman to become Executive Director of the NZ AIDS Foundation, taking over from Kevin Hague on 10 November. Mesurier is currently the Northern/Midland Regional Director of the Family Planning Assocation, and has a background in leadeship/management roles in the disability and voluntary/welfare sectors. She says she is extremely honoured to be chosen for the role. "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." AIDS Foundation chairperson Michael Stevens says the right person has been found to fill Hague's shoes. “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".    
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