Welcome to our newest staff member – Rachael Hambleton
By John Spierings
We are excited to have a new member of staff joining the Reichstein Foundation to support our partnership development work and to enhance our external communications: Rachael Hambleton.
In addition, Rachael also resources the Law and Justice funder network, which is a loose grouping of public philanthropic trusts and foundations and private donors with a shared interest in informed strategic funding in criminal justice, incarceration and human rights issues.
Rachael has a long-standing commitment to supporting community initiatives concerned with challenging systems of oppression. She has worked at, volunteered with and/or served on the board of a range of advocacy and rights based organisations including the Human Rights Law Centre, Justice Connect, Refugee Legal, Lawyers For Animals, the Victorian Gay & Lesbian Rights Lobby and Reprieve Australia. Rachael initially began consulting to the Reichstein Foundation in February 2017 in relation to developing a new CRM system and advising on the consolidation and migration of the Foundations legacy data.
Alongside her work at the Reichstein Foundation, Rachael consults on managing events, fundraising and databases for a variety of civil society organisations. She is also currently completing a Bachelor of Arts part time at La Trobe University.
We are very excited about this as Rachael will bring many attributes to the role, including smarts around databases, communications and partnership development that will assist us greatly.Back to news