Rotary Melbourne has pleasure in announcing that Holly Ransom has agreed to be an Ambassador for Rotary’s campaign in support of the UNICEF/Rotary partnership Give Every Child a Future project which will vaccinate 100,000 children in 9 Pacific Island Countries against life threatening respiratory and gastric diseases, whilst also delivering Human Papilloma Virus vaccine to 30,000 teenage girls to prevent cervical cancer.
President of Rotary Melbourne, Robert Fisher, said “This game changing initiative over 4 years will leave a legacy of improved health and sustainable strengthening of health care. I am delighted that Holly has agreed to lend her support, which will help enormously to raise awareness of this project.”
Holly said, “I am honoured to be an ambassador for this fabulous initiative, especially given the profound impact it will have on the quality of life for our Pacific Island neighbours.” Make a contribution to this important project by clicking here: https://rotaryclubofmelbourne.auraffles.com.au
Holly Ransom became a member of Rotary Melbourne in December 2015. She completed a Bachelor of Law and Arts at UWA, majoring in Economics, was awarded a Fulbright Anne Wexler Scholarship in December 2018. Ms Ransom is the CEO of Emergent, a company specialising in disruptive strategy and building leadership capacity to execute change. Her career has spanned leadership roles across the corporate, non-profit and policy sectors, focusing on organisational change, stakeholder engagement, and leadership development. She plans to use her Fulbright Scholarship to pursue a Master of Public Policy at Harvard University’s Kennedy School, focusing on emerging technology ethics and governance.