What is Charity TV?

Charity TV is a global media platform combining entertainment with philanthropy. Charity TV casts individual ambassadors to undertake a fundraising campaign for a charity of choice. Once fundraising goals are reached, the ambassadors are then rewarded with an adventure of a lifetime that is filmed and televised. Charity TV generates an enormous amount of ongoing exposure for charities and is a great way to raise funding for a charitable organisation.

The Grameen Foundation Australia has selected 12 representatives to partake in the Charity TV Campaign they each have a fundraising goal of at least $10,000. 

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Grameen Australia Charity TV Ambassadors:

Top L-R: Dilek Saticieli, Stuart Cook, Ian Neil, Matt Mohl, Clare Rutherford, Kat Dunn.
Bottom L-R: Lucas Meadowcroft, Nicholas G. Muscat, Mick Spencer, Amy Giles, Ben Bowie, Jose Miranda Garcia.

Dilek Saticieli –

Dilek is the founder and CEO of Attraction Marketing and a business growth specialist. Having worked in the corporate world as a marketing and communications manager and also as a small business owner, Dilek is focused on achieving the best results for her clients.

Stuart Cook –

Stuart is the former CEO of Zambrero - an International Mexican Quick Service Restaurant Chain which he exited in 2015. Since coming on board as the CEO in 2009, Zambrero has increased its revenue from $1.1 million to over $75 million in sales and over 4 countries.

Stuart and his wife, Samantha Cran, are active through their investment & advisory group - T.W.I.Y.O - The World Is Your Oyster, in a number of start-ups and businesses. Stuart is also a board member and shareholder of The Entourage - Australia's largest educator for entrepreneurs.

Ian Neil –

A silk since 2006, Ian works with leading law firms throughout Australia. Ian’s practice particularly focuses on employment and industrial law and he also teaches advocacy as a senior instructor with the Australia Advocacy Institute and the Australian and NSW bar Associations. Furthermore, he regularly takes pro bono work through the Public Interest Lawyer’s Clearing House.

Matthew Mohl –

Matt has worked with the Commonwealth Bank of Australia for 12 years. He currently works as a Relationship Manager and Private Banker. He also has a longstanding relationship with Brainwave Childrens Charity, an organisation which aims to provide practical assistance and emotional support to children with neurological conditions.

Clare Rutherford –

Clare has a variety of experience working across the government, university and private sectors. Today Clare works as a Portfolio Manager for Food Agility CRC. Food agility’s vision is to empower Australia’s food industry to grow its comparative advantage through digital transformation.

Katrina Dunn –

Katrina Dunn is the CEO Australia of Grameen Australia. Kat started her career as a lawyer at Clayton Utz, was on the senior leadership team and Diversity Council at Perpetual Limited and most recently served as COO of tech media company, Ideapod.

She is the creator of F-OFF: Fear of Failure Forum, and publically advocates the need to overcome our national fear of failure in order to innovate. She is on the board of food tech company, Food Frontier, which advances healthier people and a healthier planet through plant based meat and clean meat.

Lucas Meadowcroft –

As an industry leader with more than 14 years’ experience as an IT business specialist, Lucas Meadowcroft has served a diverse range of businesses and organisation acting as their Outsorced CIO. From profit to not-for-profit organisations, Lucas is able to understand the business outcomes when setting the long term IT and Business goals.

 A calculated risk-taker with deep tech industry knowledge, Lucas has a reputation for developing business strategies, incubating new business models and implementing new and innovative ideas. One of his specialties is being able to help businesses grow from single site locations to multiple, national and international offices while maintaining the "work" environment. He calls this the "remote working lifestyle".

Nicholas Muscat –

Nicholas is the founder and CEO of the NGM Group and Aussie Money Media. He has particular experience working in the marketing and advertising industry. Nicholas combines entrepreneurship, public speaking, personal finance and information technology to promote strong business development. He also owns a blog on Australian Personal Finance and Entrepreneurship.

Mick Spencer –
Mick is the Founder and CEO of ONTHEGO (OTG), a global e-commerce company that enables users to design and manufacture their custom apparel and accessories.OTG has big heights on becoming the global leader in the custom apparel industry, using its unique technology solution to provide bespoke sporting apparel and accessories to tens of thousands of grassroots teams, elite sporting bodies and associations, corporate companies and charities.

Amy Giles –

With more than 10 years’ experience in the It insudstry, Amy’s background ranges from ISP to IT support and system integration. Amy offers strong leadership, management and vision necessary to ensure financial streanth and operating efficiency. Amy is the Co-Founder and General Manager at CROFTi Innovation consulting, leading management to maximise performance and ensure a strong talent pipeline within this organisation.

Ben Bowie –

Ben has 15 years of sales, entrepreneuship and startup career experience allowing him to develop the ability to think on his feet, bring a sharp eye for detail and create new opportunities. Ben currently works as a Distribution Partner for HydroPointANZ,

Jose Miranda Garcia –

Jose arrived in Australia as a refugee from El Salvador and has devoted his life to working in the disability sector. He creates community events to empower young people to break free from limiting factors whilst also working as a life coach.