Cure Cancer Australia Welcomes New CEO Nikki Kinloch
Cure Cancer Australia is delighted to announce the appointment of Nikki Kinloch as Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Commencing the role on Wednesday 8th August 2018, Nikki brings with her a wealth of experience from both the not-for-profit and commercial sectors. Her most recent role was as CEO of Asia’s leading online fundraising portal SimplyGiving. Prior to that she was Managing Director of global fundraising platform, Just Giving.
Having launched and led a number of start-up organisations and mature tech companies across Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Nikki brings with her extensive experience in the development and implementation of technology to increase fundraising. In addition, her demonstrated success in business development and leadership will ensure she can continue to inspire and motivate a passionate team.
Nikki holds a Master of Science in International Business Economics, a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Politics and International Economics and a Diploma in Financial Planning. She is a skilled public speaker, presenting at events across Asia Pacific and in Europe, as well as a Board Member for The International Churchill Society, a member of The United Nations Committee for Women (Singapore), a member of and speaker for The Asian Venture Philanthropy Network (AVPN) and a speaker and member of RSM Woman on Boards Network.
Phillip Corne, Chairman of Cure Cancer Australia said:
‘We are very pleased to welcome Nikki as Cure Cancer Australia’s CEO. Nikki is an accomplished leader who will bring extensive experience to the organisation. Her knowledge and understanding of new technologies is well aligned to Cure Cancer Australia’s ongoing commitment to innovation, and we look forward to exploring opportunities to strengthen and grow the organisation under Nikki’s leadership.’
Nikki Kinloch, newly appointed CEO of Cure Cancer Australia, commented:
‘Cure Cancer Australia is an organisation I have watched and supported from afar for a number of years. I have seen some wonderful work come from the charity and recognise a huge amount of potential for further growth. I am passionate about raising funds to support Australia’s young and talented cancer researchers, and wholeheartedly support Cure Cancer Australia’s mission to help make this the last generation to die from cancer. I am thrilled to have the opportunity to play a role in this crucial organisation’s future.’