We are delighted to announce that Australian business leader Roger Massy-Greene has been appointed as a new member of our Global Board of Directors.
Roger has been an investor for more than a decade and has been a member of The Hunger Project board in Australia since 2010. He currently serves as Chair of two publicly held electricity utilities in New South Wales, Australia. He was previously the Chair of Networks NSW, a joint venture entity that managed the three electricity distribution networks in that state. Roger is a director of OneVentures Pty Ltd, a technology venture firm. He co-founded the ASX 200 company Excel Coal Limited and was its Chairman until its acquisition by Peabody Energy in 2006. He previously worked for Bank of America, and for Rio Tinto plc.
Roger also serves as Chairman of the Salvation Army’s Sydney Advisory Board and of Eureka Benevolent Foundation (EBF), a family foundation focused on social justice issues. EBF has been The Hunger Project’s funding partner for the Champiti Epicenter in Malawi since its inception. He is the Deputy President of Cranbrook School in Sydney. Roger holds a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Engineering with Honours from the University of Sydney, and a Master of Business Administration from Harvard University.
“Already a vital member The Hunger Project family, Roger has been instrumental in supporting the recent dynamic growth trajectory of The Hunger Project-Australia,” said Sheree Stomberg, Global Head of Citi Shared Services and Chair of the Governance, Nominating and Human Resources Committee of The Hunger Project’s Global Board. “We welcome his leadership as a member of our Global Board.”