Kirsten Moore

2021 Fellow

Kirsten joins us having worked globally in the private, public and non-profit sectors. She worked for the International Rescue Committee in the United States developing partnerships that aided over 500 refugees, and immigrants find employment annually. Her work and ability to bring people together to support refugees saw her being elected as Vice-Chair of the San Diego Refugee Forum. Most recently Kirsten worked with Médecins Sans Frontières, on emergency projects in Chad.

Having now returned to London, Kirsten aims to use her knowledge and understanding of the private, public, and non-profit sectors and community capacity building experience to solve social issues. She is a firm believer in taking localised action to create sustainable change and inclusion.

Kirsten sounds Australian; however, she probably shouldn’t as she has not lived there for over 20 years, although she still proudly eats vegemite almost daily.