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Julie Raynes

Julie Raynes

Fundraising Manager

Julie Raynes is responsible for driving donor fundraising activities and revenue income streams directed towards research and other front line patient services. Read more

Gabrielle Cespi

Community Development Officer

Gabrielle is an experienced relationship manager with a demonstrated history of working in the not-for-profit industry, community organisations and corporate and business management industry. Read more

Ketrah Parsonage

Donor Relations Specialist

In her role, Ketrah combines her love of meeting people with making a difference to people’s lives. Read more

Alex Smith

Alex Smith

Business Development Officer

Alex is responsible for driving business relationships that meaningfully engage companies with the benefits of supporting their communities through medical research. Read more

Toni Marafioti

Toni Marafioti

Donor Administration & Support Officer

Toni Marafioti is pleased to be an integral part of a team that brings awareness of the benefits of medical research to the community. Read more

Matthew Kearney

Matthew Kearney

Fundraising Operations & Administration Officer

Matt is responsible for managing financial, administrative and operational support for the team and with key internal and external stakeholders. Read more

Vicki Sage

Data Administration Officer

Having previously worked with the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) Research Fund from 2013 – 2017, at the old RAH, Vicki is thrilled to now be part of the team at the state-of-the-art hospital. Read more

Cynthia Henderson

Manager, RAH Research Fund Newsagency

Cynthia is the friendly manager ensuring the store is a warm experience and much more than a shop. Read more

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