Sight For All’s team is made up of a passionate Board of Directors, tireless volunteers, dedicated staff, our generous Visionaries and an amazing events team.
Judy Bickmore joined Sight For All as Executive Officer in January 2014. Judy has held management roles that have included fundraising, events management, marketing, promotions and project coordination. Prior to joining Sight For All, Judy was the General Manager for a large disability service provider that worked across South Australia and for a time in the Northern Territory. Judy has experience in working with Boards, strategic planning, governance and communications. Judy has a Bachelor of Social Science, Human Services Social Health Studies and a Graduate Diploma of Social Science, Health Counselling from the University of South Australia. She was awarded a King and Amy O'Malley Scholarship for her post graduate study. Judy is a member of the Vision 2020 Global Committee and Vision 2020 Vietnam and Cambodia Working Groups. She was recently elected as a member of the ACFID Code of Conduct Committee and in November 2016 became a member of the Gleeson College Board.
Since graduating from the University of South Australia, Mena Muecke has spent 20 years practicing as an interior architect in Australia and for a short time in Israel. Mena refocused her energies in 2009 to join her husband Dr James Muecke in championing blindness prevention in Australia and the developing world with Sight For All. In her voluntary role as Events Director, Mena has created several iconic and unique events including Sculpture For Sight, Posters For Sight, Films For Sight and The Very Slow Long Lunch. In the six years since commencing this new role, Mena has helped raised more than $1 million for much-needed ophthalmic training and equipment. Mena also plays a vital role in the marketing and publicity of Sight For All and is a co-founder of the Vision 1000 social impact initiative.
Cesar Carrillo graduated from Colombian School of Medicine in 1996 and completed ophthalmology speciality training in 2005. After working as a comprehensive ophthalmologist in Bogota, he moved to Adelaide to undertake a Masters of Health and International Development. During the Masters he focused his studies on Australian Aboriginal eye health and Public Health Ophthalmology in developing countries. Cesar has special interests in ophthalmology education, international development and Aboriginal eye health. He joined Sight For All in 2014, as the organisation’s first Ophthalmic Public Health Fellow.
Leanne Harms joined the Sight For All team in June 2014 as the Finance/Office Co-ordinator. Leanne has worked in the financial services industry for over 30 years in both small business and the corporate sector. She has an eye for detail and a compassionate attitude and is keen to work towards our goals and objectives. Leanne is a Member in Practice of the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers and a Committee Member of the Coeliac Society of SA & NT.
Pagen joined Sight For All in July 2017 as Marketing and Fundraising Officer. She has had over 7 year’s experience working for various charities in Adelaide and Sydney. She is excited to grow Sight For All’s brand and fundraising activities to help fight blindness in the developing world.
Outside of work Pagen enjoys travelling, watching documentaries, reading and spending time with family and friends
Dr Ye Win joined the Sight For All team in September 2017 as Project Officer (Myanmar). Ye has worked in public health field for 8 years in Myanmar. He is working closely with Yangon Eye Hospital and Myanmar Ministry of Health and Sports to ensure Sight For All Project activities are successful. He is also a member of Myanmar Medical Association.
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