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A lecture presented by Kate Gilmore, Deputy Executive Director of UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund.
Ms. Gilmore has more than 20 years of strategic leadership experience, working on social issues in her government and in not-for-profit organizations. From 1986-1992, she was coordinator and then programme development manager of the Royal Women's Hospital, Australia. From 1992-93, she was CEO of Broadmeadows Community Health Service, then Australia's largest Community Health Service based in Melbourne and from 1993-96, she was manager of the division of community care in the Royal Women's Hospital. In 1996, Ms. Gilmore joined Amnesty International Australia as National Director and in 2000; she was appointed Executive Deputy Secretary General of Amnesty International based in London.