Tuesday, April 28, 2009

About Rosemary Hermans

Intercept Poverty is delighted to announce the appointment of Rosemary Hermans as Head of Research for Intercept Poverty.

After several years of working with a leading International NGO, completing a Masters in International and Community development and travelling to over 36 countries on this amazing planet, Rosemary has settled back to Melbourne with her husband and two children.

Determined to be a successful parent alongside more study and a business, she still believes that we all, herself included, have enough time and energy left over to make a difference and help improve this world, particularly for the world’s most poor. Committed to increased human and social capital, it’s Rosemary’s vision to have a civil society that is vibrant and proactive alongside all people whom have their needs, hopes and dreams met and aspire to a more peaceful and harmonious world.

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