Class 11 (2012-2014)
Negaya Chorley, Australia
Duke University – Master in International Development Policy
Negaya has 20 years experience in human rights. She is passionate about creating spaces for people at the margins to inform policymaking at the local and global level. She has worked with communities in Africa, Asia and the Pacific Islands towards this aim; bringing together policymakers and representatives from often marginalised groups to collectively shape solutions.
Negaya is the CEO of Results International (Australia), a global health advocacy organisation, and a Board member of the Pacific Friends of Global Health and Habitat for Humanity (Australia). She has led a number of organisations spanning refugees, youth development and women’s rights.
Negaya holds a BA (Hons) in International Development from the University of East Anglia, a Masters in International Development Policy from Duke University and Graduate Certificates in Peace and Conflict Resolution and Non-Profit Leadership from the University of North Carolina.