Amy Lamoin

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Amy Lamoin is a Global Program Director at ChildFund Australia, where she is responsible for setting Pacific Strategy, co-leads the International Programs Team and has oversight for two Country Offices. A senior executive with fifteen years of professional experience in international aid, humanitarian response and human rights policy, Amy has held senior roles at UNICEF, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, the United Nations Development Program and the Australian Human Rights Commission. She has applied experience in Australia, the Pacific, West Africa and the Middle East, with technical expertise in child rights, preventing gender-based violence, and in protecting minority rights.

Sarah has almost two decades of experience supporting development and humanitarian programs in Africa, Asia, the Middle-East and the Pacific. At ChildFund, she is responsible for overseeing the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of programs which support vulnerable children, their families and communities and strengthen formal systems across the Mekong region. Sarah was formerly ChildFund’s Grants Manager and led the successful expansion of the organisation’s donor funding portfolio, including grants from the Australian and New Zealand Government aid programs, the European Union, USAID and the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children. Prior to joining ChildFund, Sarah worked in London with a youth-focused organisation, working closely with communities and local partners in West Africa on urban slum development projects.