Chief executive officer
Rachel holds a MSc in Animal Welfare Science, Ethics and Law from the University of Winchester, during which she undertook her dissertation project on Freedom of Information Legislation and Animal Research.
Rachel has been committed to various animal welfare causes since a young age. During her career has worked for NGOs in the animal welfare and conservation fields, in Europe, Asia and Australia, as well as employment in the community sector for local, state and federal Government.
CAMPAIGNS LIAISON AND RESEARCH OFFICER
Robyn holds a Diploma of Communications from Griffith University and has over 35 years experience in office administration in the fields of law and medicine.
Robyn holds the view, and has done so for many years, that vivisection is an outdated method of investigation into the ills of humans, strongly believing it to be unreliable and inherently cruel to the animals subjected to all manner of investigations in the laboratory. Robyn looks forward to a future advancement of medical research based on human biological innovations.