2019 — 9 speeches
Kate Gilmore is the Assistant Secretary-General and Deputy Executive Director (Programme) of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).
She was the Executive Deputy Secretary-General of Amnesty International in London from 2000 to 2010, where she led broad organisational change and had more than 450 staff based in offices worldwide.
Kate joined the international secretariat in 2001 following a stint as national director of Amnesty International in Australia. Previously, Kate worked in the Australian health sector, during which time she established the first Centre for Sexual Assault (CASA) for the support of rape victims, and helped to establish the Victorian Foundation for Survivors of Torture.