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Redkite Welcomes Craig Dunn to Board of Directors

Redkite is delighted to welcome Craig Dunn to its Board of Directors.

Redkite is delighted to welcome Craig Dunn to its Board of Directors.

Craig is a highly regarded business leader who is the current Chair of Telstra Group Limited and a Non-Executive Director of Lion and MLC Limited. He is previously a Non-Executive Director of Westpac and Chair of the Australian Ballet, and is also a former Chair of the Financial Services Council, the Australian Government’s Fintech Advisory Group, and Stone and Chalk Limited. Craig’s 25 years of experience in financial services also includes six years as CEO of AMP Limited.

Craig’s extensive business experience will be a huge asset to Redkite’s growth strategy as we expand and scale our cancer support services for the ever-growing number of families facing childhood cancer.

The impact and difference Redkite make every day to families facing childhood cancer across Australia is remarkable. The Redkite Team, Directors and supporters make up a passionate and generous community and it is a privilege to be joining them. I look forward to helping increase awareness and funding for the often unseen challenges experienced by children with cancer and their families, and ensuring financial, emotional and practical support for them when they need it most.” 

Craig Dunn

Redkite CEO Monique Keighery said “We’re delighted to welcome Craig to Redkite’s dedicated and generous volunteer Board of Directors. We know that his extensive business leadership experience, together with his passion for creating positive change, will be invaluable as we work to ensure that all families have the strength and support they need to take on the challenge of childhood cancer.”

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