Phoebe Wynn-Pope (Fraser)
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Testimonials for Phoebe Wynn-Pope (Fraser)
The audience was extremely interested to hear what you had to say. Your message on challenges struck a chord with the audience by your use of simple yet relevant examples.
Trustee Corporations Association of Australia
Personally I found Phoebe to be excellent to deal with and I could tell from our friendly chat before the event that she was going to be excellent. She is a great Australian ambassador and a great speaker for you company to be representing.
Melbourne Girls Grammar
The audience found her address inspirational.
Oliver Harkness Promotions
Fee Range: Up to $5000
Phoebe Wynn-Pope (Fraser)'s Biography
Phoebe Wynn Pope (Fraser) has over 25 years experience in the humanitarian sector and has worked in complex humanitarian emergencies and conflict zones throughout Africa, the Middle East and Europe. This field work included working in Iran responding to the humanitarian impacts of the first Gulf War, and leading a humanitarian response to the Somali famine.
Phoebe also established programs in Bosnia Herzegovina during the armed conflict and worked in the Great Lakes region as part of the humanitarian response to the Rwandan genocide. Following this experience Phoebe returned to Australia to undertake a PhD in international law focussing on the role of the international community when confronting war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide.
Previously Phoebe was a Principal Executive of Fundraising and Communications and from 1996-2002 Phoebe was the Commonwealth representative on the National Council for the Centenary of Federation. In this role she was Convenor of the Communications Committee and chaired the organising Committee of the Yeperenye Festival, the largest gathering of Aboriginal peoples since Federation.
Most recently, Phoebe was a founding Director of the Humanitarian Advisory group where her work focussed on the protection of civilians in armed conflict, the use of information technology for the prevention of mass atrocity crimes, as well as researching policy development for businesses operating in fragile and conflict affected states.
Inspired by the principle of humanity, Phoebe is committed to bringing her experience to the world's largest humanitarian organisation, and to working closely with Red Cross Red Crescent colleagues from around the world to address the increasing complexities and needs of the world's most vulnerable people.
Speaking Topics Include
•Brand Recognition Without a Budget: How to Improve your Company’s Brand Value
•Human Rights and the Corporate Sector: Complicity and Liability for Crimes Against Humanity in the International Criminal Court
•Is Foreign Aid Important?
•Media and Communications: The Role of the Media in Branding
•Our Place in the World