Episodes

  • Sam Chittick – What will Covid-19 mean for The Philippines?
    • 27 September 2020 - 23 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 97 of Good Will Hunters, brought to you by Good Will Media. I’m your host Rachel Mason Nunn. Today is the first in a two part series with country representatives from the Asia Foundation. In this interview, I speak to Sam Chittick, Country Representative for the Phillipines....Listen now
  • Arieta Rika – Does the Pacific have a single, collective narrative?
    • 20 September 2020 - 34 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 96 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Before we begin, an announcement. Devpol’s 10th anniversary partnership with Good Will Hunters comes to an end this week. We’re grateful for the crucial support provided by The Development Policy Centre this year, which has enabled us...Listen now
  • Tim Costello – Can we #EndCovidForAll?
    • 13 September 2020 - 30 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 95 of Good Will Hunters from The Development Policy Centre. In this time of great challenges globally, we need more than ever to listen to the voices of wisdom and compassion. Today on the show I’m speaking to Rev Tim Costello AO, one of Australia’s best-known voices...Listen now
  • Dr Gordon Peake – Does anyone read evaluation reports?
    • 6 September 2020 - 49 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 94 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today on the show I’m speaking to academic and author Dr Gordon Peake. Gordon works at the School of Regulation and Global Governance at ANU, on governance and conflict in the Asia-Pacific region. He is an expert...Listen now
  • Shivnesh Prasad – What does a digital revolution mean for development?
    • 30 August 2020 - 36 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 93 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today’s episode is the second in a two-part series on the World Bank Group, where we speak to the experts leading the Bank’s work in the region. In this episode I speak to Shivnesh Prasad, Digital Development...Listen now
  • Dr Edith Kariko – How can PNG create a better healthcare system?
    • 23 August 2020 - 37 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 92 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today’s episode is the first in a two-part series on the World Bank Group, where we speak to the experts leading the Bank’s work in the region. In this episode I speak to Dr. Edith Kariko, the...Listen now
  • Dame Carol Kidu – Reflections on an Extraordinary Life in Papua New Guinea
    • 16 August 2020 - 33 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 91 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today on the show I speak to the Honourable Dame Carol Kidu. Dame Carol Kidu was a Member of Parliament in PNG from 1997 to 2012, including a stint as Minister for Community Development. Carol has lived...Listen now
  • Fiona Hukula, Miranda Forsyth, Philip Gibbs – Why is sorcery related violence occurring in PNG?
    • 9 August 2020 - 45 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 90 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today on the show I speak to Fiona Hukula, Miranda Forsyth, and Philip Gibbs. Our speakers today are on the front line of the battle against sorcery accusation related violence or SARV in Papua New Guinea. Dr...Listen now
  • Leonard Blazeby – Will COVID-19 make us more empathetic?
    • 2 August 2020 - 39 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 89 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today on the show I speak to Leonard Blazeby. Leonard is the outgoing Head of Mission for the International Committee of the Red Cross, the ICRC, in Australia. At the end of our interview, you’ll hear about...Listen now
  • Jemma Mackinnon and Kerry McCarthy – How is COVID-19 impacting the Seasonal Worker Programme?
    • 26 July 2020 - 47 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 88 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today on the show I speak to Jemma Mackinnon and Kerry McCarthy, about their experience of the Seasonal Worker Programme, as farm owners and managers. The Seasonal Worker Programme is a scheme that allows Pacific Islanders and...Listen now
  • Joanna Lindner Pradela – Is a feminist foreign policy better for development?
    • 19 July 2020 - 41 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 87 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today on the show I speak to Joanna Lindner Pradela. Joanna is the Director of Knowledge Translation at the International Women’s Development Agency, the IWDA, overseeing research, policy, advocacy and movement strengthening work as well as IWDA’s...Listen now
  • Jacqui De Lacey – Are managing contractors the problem, or the solution?
    • 12 July 2020 - 36 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 86 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today on the show I speak to Jacqui De Lacy. Jacqui is the Managing Director of Abt Associates Australia, one of Austrralia’s major development contractors. Prior to joining Abt, Jaqui was the head of AusAid in Indonesia,...Listen now
  • Elizabeth Peak – What does the Partnerships for Recovery Policy mean for the Indo-Pacific?
    • 5 July 2020 - 32 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 85 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today on the show I speak to Elizabeth Peak. Elizabeth currently serves as the Co-Head of the COVID Development Response and Recovery Taskforce and First Assistant Secretary of the Human Development and Governance Division at the Department of...Listen now
  • Jonathan Pryke and Roland Rajah – What does the future of aid to the Pacific look like?
    • 28 June 2020 - 52 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 84 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today on the show I speak to Jonathan Pryke and Roland Rajah from the Lowy Institute. The Lowy Institute is an independent, nonpartisan international policy think tank located in Sydney, Australia. Jonathan is the Director of the...Listen now
  • ‘Ofa Guttenbeil-Likiliki and Konnie Yoifa – How do you address gender based violence in the Pacific?
    • 21 June 2020 - 37 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 83 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today on the show I speak to Ofa Guttenbeil-Lilkiliki and Konnie Yoifa. ‘Ofa is a women’s rights activist and filmmaker from Tonga. She has advocated for equality in women’s economic and educational empowerment, in their political involvement...Listen now
  • Martha Macintyre – Does democracy work in PNG?
    • 14 June 2020 - 35 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 82 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today on the show I speak to Martha Macintyre. Martha is an anthropologist who initially studied History at The University of Melbourne and then moved on to postgraduate study in Anthropology at The University of Cambridge (UK)...Listen now
  • Graham and Glenyys Romanes – How do you dedicate a life to aid and development?
    • 8 June 2020 - 35 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 81 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. I’m your host Rachel Mason Nunn. Today I’m speaking with Graham and Glenyys Romanes. This is the last of our interviews recorded at the Australasian Aid Conference hosted by the Development Policy Centre in partnership with the...Listen now
  • Ji Hongbo and Denghua Zhang – Insider Perspectives on Chinese Aid
    • 31 May 2020 - 1 hours & 0 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 80 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. The focus of today’s episode is Chinese Aid, with our guests Ji Hongbo and Denghua Zhang. China’s aid has been on the rise for years, not only in the Pacific, but around the world. And with China-US...Listen now
  • Richard Curtain and Liz Pechan – Should the Pacific join the Trans-Pacific Travel Bubble?
    • 24 May 2020 - 36 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 79 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today on the program we have Richard Curtain and Elizabeth Naru Pechan. Richard is a Research Fellow with the Development Policy Centre, with a focus on Pacific Labour Mobility. Liz is the Founder and Co-Owner of the...Listen now
  • Diana Fernandez and Faisal Seraj – Is COVID-19 worsened by internet blackouts in Asia?
    • 17 May 2020 - 48 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 78 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today on the show we have Diana Fernandez and Faisal Bin Seraj. Diana is the Deputy Country Representative for the Asia Foundation in Myanmar and Faisal is the Asia Foundation’s Country Representative in Bangladesh. Myanmar and Bangladesh,...Listen now
  • Michael Kabuni and Maho Laveil – How are the most vulnerable in PNG coping with COVID-19?
    • 10 May 2020 - 30 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 77 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today we’re bringing you two experts from Port Moresby, to give a snapshot of the state of PNG at this unprecedented time. First, I speak with Michael Kabuni, Research Fellow in Politics at UPNG and contributor to...Listen now
  • Jonathan Glennie – Have we outgrown aid?
    • 3 May 2020 - 34 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 76 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today on the show I’m speaking with Jonathan Glennie. Jonathan is the Director of the Ipsos Sustainable Development Centre. He is also a prominent writer and researcher on international development and cooperation, and has been a Visiting...Listen now
  • Dan McGarry and Odo Tevi – What will Cyclone Harold, COVID-19 and a new PM mean for Vanuatu?
    • 26 April 2020 - 48 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 75 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today I’m speaking with Odo Tevi and Dan McGarry. Odo is Vanuatu’s Representative to the United Nations based in New York, and Dan is an independent journalist living in Vanuatu since 2003. Both Odo and Dan contribute...Listen now
  • Lyn Morgain and Anthea Spinks – Can developing countries recover from COVID-19?
    • 19 April 2020 - 47 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 74 of Good Will Hunters, from the Development Policy Centre. Today on the show I’m speaking to newly appointed Oxfam Australia CEO Lyn Morgain, and Director of Programs Anthea Spinks. Oxfam of course is one of Australia’s and the world’s biggest and most influential development NGOs. But...Listen now
  • Shane McLeod – Could COVID-19 spark a humanitarian emergency in Papua New Guinea?
    • 12 April 2020 - 35 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 73 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today’s guest is Shane McLeod. Shane is a Research Fellow working with the Lowy Institute’s Australia-PNG Network. Before joining the Institute, he was a senior editor at ABC News in roles where he managed its Sydney newsroom...Listen now
  • Terence Wood – Should aid to the Pacific come at the expense of aid elsewhere?
    • 5 April 2020 - 32 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 72 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Our guest today is Terence Wood. Terence is a Research Fellow at the Development Policy Centre, at the Australian National University. Terence undertakes research on Australia and New Zealand’s aid programs, in particular the domestic political economy...Listen now
  • Fiona Tarpey and Chris Roche – Does COVID19 mean the end of the aid and development sector?
    • 29 March 2020 - 40 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 71 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. This episode is focused on the impact COVID19 will have on both developing countries and the aid and development sector. This week, I spoke on ABC’s Radio National Saturday Extra Program, on the topic of the Pacific...Listen now
  • Radhika Coomaraswamy – Does the ‘Women, Peace and Security Agenda’ need to get real?
    • 22 March 2020 - 31 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 70 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today’s guest is Radhika Coomaraswamy. Radhika is a Sri Lankan lawyer, diplomat and human rights advocate. She has held a range of appointments within the United Nations, including as Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict from...Listen now
  • Mark Sullivan – How do you develop a pharmaceutical drug for a neglected disease?
    • 15 March 2020 - 36 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 69 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today’s guest is Mark Sullivan. Mark is a drug development expert and the founder of Medicines Development for Global Health. Along with his colleague John Reeder, Mark was featured in the Development Policy Centre’s Aid Profile Series...Listen now
  • Sally Lloyd – How do you tell the world about a humanitarian emergency?
    • 11 March 2020 - 34 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 68 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today’s guest is Sally Lloyd. Sally was featured in the Development Policy Centre’s 2019 Aid Profiles, and was shortlisted for the 2020 Mitchell Humanitarian Award. Cleo Fleming documented Sally’s life in Mogulu, PNG, as part of the...Listen now
  • Lant Pritchett – Why do good intentions and good policies lead to bad outcomes?
    • 1 March 2020 - 41 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 67 of Good Will Hunters from the Development Policy Centre. Today’s guest is Lant Pritchett. Lant is described as a ‘Rock Star’ of the aid world. He is an American development economist, famous for challenging contemporary beliefs on development. Lant recently spoke at the Australasian Aid Conference,...Listen now
  • Virisila Buadromo – Is climate change used to deflect scrutiny away from human rights abuses?
    • 23 February 2020 - 41 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 66 of Good Will Hunters, from the Development Policy Centre. Today’s guest is Virisila Buadromo. Virisila is a Pacific feminist and political activist, who co-leads the Urgent Action Fund for Women’s Human Rights for Asia and the Pacific, which is a rapid grant making facility to support...Listen now
  • Eric Peck – Revolutionising Access to Healthcare
    • 26 January 2020 - 40 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 65 of Good Will Hunters. In this episode, I’m chatting to Eric Peck, the Co-Founder and CEO of Swoop Aero, a company revolutionising access to healthcare, by providing on-demand aircraft, or drones, to deliver urgent medical supplies to rural and regional areas. They’re currently deployed in Vanuatu,...Listen now
  • Rosemary Addis – Quarterly Impact Investment Masterclass
    • 18 January 2020 - 49 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 64 of Good Will Hunters, our Third Impact Investment Masterclass with Rosemary Addis, and the fourth time we’ve had Rosemary on the show. Rosemary is one of the world’s preeminent impact pioneers. She has helped to shape the system to deliver innovation and investment that benefits people...Listen now
  • CONFERENCE EPISODE: Monitoring and Evaluation with Rachel Mason Nunn, Stephen Howes and Georgie Camp
    • 12 January 2020 - 47 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 63 of Good Will Hunters, recorded at the Pawa Liklik NGO Forum in October 2019. I’m loving the opportunity to air these episodes from the Forum with you, as we confirm our interview line-up for the coming months. We’ll also be airing two new interviews before the...Listen now
  • CONFERENCE EPISODE: Philanthropic Donors with Emily Fuller, Emily Wellard-Baring and Luke Branagan
    • 10 January 2020 - 45 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 62 of Good Will Hunters, recorded at the Pawa Liklik NGO Forum in October 2019. You’ll hear three speakers in this episode discussing partnerships between donors and NGOs. Emily Fuller, Director, Mundango Abroad, Emily Wellard-Baring, Senior Philanthropy & Non Profit Services Manager, Perpetual and Luke Branagan, Director...Listen now
  • CONFERENCE EPISODE: Mergers and Partnerships with Mat Tinkler, Sophie Jenkins and Brayden Howie
    • 5 January 2020 - 41 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 61 of Good Will Hunters, recorded at the Pawa Liklik NGO Forum in October 2019. You’ll hear three speakers – Mat Tinkler, Director of Policy and International Programs, Save the Children, Sophie Jenkins, Partnerships and Performance Group Leader, Mary Mackillop Today and Brayden Howie, CEO, Action on...Listen now
  • Bridi Rice – Listening, Talking and Shifting the Dial on Aid
    • 4 January 2020 - 34 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 60 of Good Will Hunters. In this episode, I’m chatting to Bridi Rice. Bridi is Director of Policy and Advocacy at the Australian Council for International Development – Australia’s peak body for aid and international development. Prior to joining ACFID, Bridi was a Senior Manager at Ernst...Listen now
  • Nigel Spence – Sport for Development, Child Sponsorship and Economic Growth
    • 22 December 2019 - 37 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 59 of Good Will Hunters, with Nigel Spence, the Outgoing CEO of ChildFund Australia. Nigel retired from ChildFund at the end of 2019, after 14 years with the organisation. Under his leadership, ChildFund has expanded its programs to children and young people in Vietnam and Papua New...Listen now
  • Bob McMullen – Water, Africa and Playing to our Strengths
    • 15 December 2019 - 42 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 58 of Good Will Hunters, with Bob McMullen! Bob was recommended to me by another one of our former guests, Rosie When, the CEO of WaterAid. Rosie and Bob have worked together, including through Bob’s role as the Chair of the Australian Water Partnership Advisory Committee. Bob...Listen now
  • The Honourable Pat Conroy – Shadow Minister for International Development and the Pacific
    • 7 December 2019 - 36 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 57 of Good Will Hunters with the Honourable Pat Conroy. Pat is the Member for Shortland in NSW. He is also the Shadow Minister for International Development and the Pacific, the Shadow Minister Assisting for Climate Change and the Shadow Minister Assisting for Defence. Pat has held...Listen now
  • Stephen Howes – DevPolicy, Pacific Labour and Working with Academic
    • 28 November 2019 - 45 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 56 of Good Will Hunters, with Stephen Howes. Stephen is a Professor of Economics at the Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University. Stephen is also the Director of the Development Policy Centre. The Centre is a leading think tank on aid and development,...Listen now
  • CONFERENCE EPISODE: Nigel Spence – Reflections on ChildFund, Innovation, and Knowing Your Strengths
    • 28 November 2019 - 38 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 55 of Good Will Hunters, with Nigel Spence, the outgoing-CEO of ChildFund Australia. This episode was recorded at the Pawa Liklik NGO Forum hosted by the Kokoda Track Foundation in October 2019. KTF launched the forum as a platform to discuss the challenges facing small and medium...Listen now
  • Watna Mori – The Colonial Legacy and How We Rewrite The Story
    • 23 November 2019 - 46 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 54 of Good Will Hunters, with Watna Mori, Papua New Guinean-Australian human rights lawyer. Watna and I attended the Australia-PNG Emerging Leader’s Dialogue together a few weeks ago. I met Watna at Brisbane Airport and I think about 10 seconds into our conversation we were already laughing...Listen now
  • The Honourable Alex Hawke – Minister for International Development and the Pacific
    • 15 November 2019 - 45 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 53 of Good Will Hunters, with the Right Honourable Alex Hawke, Minister for International Development and the Pacific and Assistant Minister for Defence. The Minister was sworn into office on May 28, 2019. He has spent much of the last 6 months travelling throughout the Pacific Islands...Listen now
  • SPECIAL EPISODE – ACFID Annual General Meeting Wrap-Up
    • 2 November 2019 - 40 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 52 of Good Will Hunters. This is a special episode, summarising the four resolution that were passed at the ACFID Annual General Meeting, held in late October in Sydney. I chat to Mat Tinkler from Save the Children, Jane Edge from CBM Australia, Simon Bradshaw from Oxfam...Listen now
  • Sally Hetherington – It's Not About Me: The Other Side of Volunteering
    • 31 October 2019 - 39 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 51 of Good Will Hunters, with Sally Hetherington, author of ‘It’s Not About Me’ – a manifesto on the realities of short term volunteering, based on Sally’s lived experience in Cambodia. Sally and I have a brilliant, and deeply important, conversation about why short term, unskilled volunteering...Listen now
  • The Right Honourable Enele Sopoaga – Former Prime Minister of Tuvalu, and Global Climate Leader
    • 24 October 2019 - 50 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 50 of Good Will Hunters! I cannot believe we made it this far – I’m so proud of this show and so proud of us as a community. I had wondered who would be our guest on this momentous episode, and I’m incredible humbled to say it...Listen now
  • Angus Crowther and Neil Pharaoh from Spark Strategy – Government Engagement for NGOs
    • 18 October 2019 - 50 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 49 of Good Will Hunters, with Angus Crowther and Neil Pharaoh from Spark Strategy. This episode is sponsored by Spark Strategy. Spark Strategy is an agency for strategic thinking, transformation and sustained action. Bringing together ideas, capability and capital, Spark helps the not for profit, government, corporate...Listen now
  • Shaun Star – India, Education and Aid
    • 11 October 2019 - 43 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 48 of Good Will Hunters, with Shaun Star. This episode is sponsored by Spark Strategy. Spark Strategy is an agency for strategic thinking, transformation and sustained action. Bringing together ideas, capability and capital, Spark helps the not for profit, government, corporate and philanthropic sectors with strategic planning,...Listen now
  • Rosemary Addis – Quarterly Impact Investment Masterclass
    • 4 October 2019 - 40 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 47 of Good Will Hunters, with Rosemary Addis. This episode is sponsored by SolarBuddy, the organisation bringing solar lights to children living in energy poverty. The future is brighter with SolarBuddy! This is the second of our quarterly podcast where get concrete about impact investment – what...Listen now
  • Chris Croker – The Indigenous Impact Investment Fund
    • 29 September 2019 - 35 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 46 of Good Will Hunters, with Chris Croker! This episode is sponsored by SolarBuddy, the organisation providing solar lights to children living in energy poverty. The future is brighter with SolarBuddy! To learn more visit solarbuddy.org Chris is the the Managing Director of Impact Investment Partners and...Listen now
  • Allan Gyngell – Foreign Policy, Democracy and World Order
    • 22 September 2019 - 36 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 45 of Good Will Hunters, with Allan Gyngell. This episode is sponsored by SolarBuddy, the organisation providing solar lights to children living in energy poverty all over the world. The future is brighter with SolarBuddy! Allan Gyngell AO was appointed the National President of the Australian Institute...Listen now
  • Mike Kelly – Humanitarian Policy and Geopolitics
    • 7 September 2019 - 43 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 44 of Good Will Hunters, with Mike Kelly MP, Member for Eden-Monaro. This episode is sponsored by SolarBuddy, the organisation bringing solar lights to children living in energy poverty all over the world. The future is brighter with SolarBuddy! Mike began his career fighting for the rights...Listen now
  • Felicity Green – Sparking Joy
    • 31 August 2019 - 39 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 43 of Good Will Hunters, with Felicity Green. This episode is sponsored by SolarBuddy, the organisation bringing solar lights to children living in energy poverty all over the world. The future is brighter with SolarBuddy! Felicity is the Founder and Director of Spark Strategy, a consultancy specialising...Listen now
  • Sandra Uwantege Hart – Why Not Cash? The Unblocked Cash Pilot and Revolutionising Disaster Response
    • 25 August 2019 - 40 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 42 of Good Will Hunters, with Sandra Uwantege Hart. This episode is sponsored by SolarBuddy, the organisation bring solar lights to children living in energy poverty all over the world. The future is brighter with SolarBuddy! Sandra is the Pacific Cash and Livelihoods Lead for Oxfam, based...Listen now
  • Sandra Uwantege Hart – Why Not Cash? The Unblocked Cash Pilot and Revolutionising Disaster Response
    • 25 August 2019 - 40 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 42 of Good Will Hunters, with Sandra Uwantege Hart. This episode is sponsored by SolarBuddy, the organisation bring solar lights to children living in energy poverty all over the world. The future is brighter with SolarBuddy! Sandra is the Pacific Cash and Livelihoods Lead for Oxfam, based...Listen now
  • Naomi Steer – Refugees, Leadership and Generosity of Spirit
    • 17 August 2019 - 41 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 41 of Good Will Hunters, with Naomi Steer. This episode is sponsored by SolarBuddy, the organisation bringing solar lights to children living in energy poverty all over the world. The future is brighter with SolarBuddy! Naomi is the founding National Director of UNHCR. She is a passionate...Listen now
  • Adam Carrel – Cooperation and Responsibility
    • 10 August 2019 - 41 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 40 of Good Will Hunters, with Adam Carrel. THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY SOLARBUDDY, BRINGING SOLAR LIGHTS TO CHILDREN ALL OVER THE WORLD. THE FUTURE IS BRIGHTER WITH SOLARBUDDY. It’s Episode 40! We made it. This week is significant for two reasons: Firstly, I interview Adam Carrel,...Listen now
  • Kat Dunn – The Social Business
    • 28 July 2019 - 40 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 39 of Good Will Hunters! This week I chat to Kat Dunn, CEO of Grameen Australia, about her work to support social businesses. THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY THE INTREPID GROUP, THE TOUR COMPANY PROVIDING SUSTAINABLE, EXPERIENCE-RICH TRAVEL. You might recognise Grameen Australia from the Grameen Bank,...Listen now
  • Julia Newton-Howes – Investing in Women, Business Coalitions and Commercial Approaches to Aid
    • 20 July 2019 - 46 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 38 of Good Will Hunters! THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY THE INTREPID GROUP, THE TOUR COMPANY PROVIDING SUSTAINABLE, EXPERIENCE RICH TRAVEL. This week I chat to Julia Newton-Howes, CEO of Investing in Women (IIW)and former CEO of CARE Australia. Julia has been living in the Phillipines over...Listen now
  • Reece Proudfoot – WWF, Intellectual Property and How Technology Can Save The World
    • 30 June 2019 - 45 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 37 of Good Will Hunters! This week I chat to Reece Proudfoot, Innovation Strategist at WWF Australia and Founder of Panda-Labs, Australia’s sustainable technology accelerator. THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY THE INTREPID GROUP, THE TOUR COMPANY PROVIDING SUSTAINABLE, EXPERIENCE-RICH TRAVEL. I first met Reece at a ‘Blockchain...Listen now
  • Shane Nichols – Microfinance, Drinking Tea and Supporting Small Business
    • 23 June 2019 - 41 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 36 of Good Will Hunters! THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY THE INTREPID GROUP, THE TOUR COMPANY PROVIDING SUSTAINABLE, EXPERIENCE RICH TRAVEL. This week I chat to Shane Nichols, CEO of Good Return. Good Return is an outstanding organisation supporting microfinance institutions throughout the Asia-Pacific region. Shane and...Listen now
  • Luke Branagan – Philanthropy, Family and Financial Literacy
    • 17 June 2019 - 43 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 35 of Good Will Hunters! This week I chat to Luke Branagan, Director of Philanthropic Services at JBWere. THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY THE INTREPID GROUP, THE LEADERS IN SUSTAINABLE SMALL GROUP TRAVEL. Prior to joining JBWere, Luke was the Executive Manager of the MLC Community Foundation,...Listen now
  • Rosemary Addis – Quarterly Impact Investment Masterclass
    • 9 June 2019 - 44 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 34 of Good Will Hunters! THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY THE INTREPID GROUP, THE TOUR COMPANY PROVIDING SUSTAINABLE, EXPERIENCE RICH TRAVEL. You may recall about a month ago I had Rosemary Addis on the show. Rosemary is the Founder and Chair of Impact Investing Australia, and the...Listen now
  • Paul Ronalds – Disruption, Generosity and Stopping the War on Children
    • 2 June 2019 - 45 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 33 of Good Will Hunters, with Paul Ronalds, CEO of Save the Children. As I say at the outset of this episode, Paul is by far our most requested guest. As a highly respected CEO and thought-leader, Paul has led Save the Children Australia into one of...Listen now
  • Ricky Kej – Grammy Awards, Environmentalism and David Attenborough
    • 26 May 2019 - 52 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 32 of Good Will Hunters with Ricky Kej, Grammy Award winner, environmentalist and humanitarian. THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY THE INTREPID GROUP, THE TOUR COMPANY PROVIDING SUSTAINABLE, EXPERIENCE RICH TRAVEL. Ricky and I first met back in February of this year, when we were both participating in...Listen now
  • Darcy and Bri from Kua – Coffee, Uganda and Solar Energy
    • 20 May 2019 - 35 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 31 of Good Will Hunters, with Darcy Small and Bri Kerr from Kua. Kua is a closed-loop coffee supplier, importing coffee from Uganda to sell to offices in Australia. After signing up for an overseas field school whilst studying renewable energy engineering, Darcy found himself in Uganda...Listen now
  • Kat Roma Greer – Art, The Umbrella Revolution and Inclusive Spaces
    • 11 May 2019 - 46 minutes
    Welcome to EPISODE 30 of Good Will Hunters! This week I chat to the wonderful Kat Roma Greer, Founder of Micro Galleries. I first read about Kat in SAM Magazine (The Sydney Uni Alumni Magazine)and was intrigued by her work creating inclusive art installations in cities around around the world....Listen now
  • Rosemary Addis: Impact Investment and How Australia Can Become a Global Leader
    • 3 April 2019 - 40 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 29 of Good Will Hunters, with Rosemary Addis. Rosemary is the Founder and Chair of Impact Investing Australia, the Australian representative on the Social Impact Investment Taskforce established under the UK Presidency of the G8, the Founder and Chair of the Australian Advisory Board on Impact Investment,...Listen now
  • Leigh Barnes – Travel, Buzz Words and Being Intrepid
    • 25 March 2019 - 40 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 28 of Good Will Hunters! This week I chat to Leigh Barnes, the Chief Purpose Officer at Intrepid. We chat ethical travel, personal development, supporting economic growth, and what it means to run a company that is truly “good for the world”. Enjoy! Rachel and the GWH...Listen now
  • Amit Singh – The Future of Work, Uber Ethics and Building Safety Nets
    • 17 March 2019 - 48 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 27 of Good Will Hunters, with Amit Singh. Amit is the head of Global Policy at Uber, responsible for economic policy, future of work and digital marketplaces. He previously served as the Senior Economic Adviser to Australian Prime Ministers Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard and Deputy Chief...Listen now
  • Christopher Thorn AM – Capital Markets, Philanthropy and Finding Your Why
    • 10 March 2019 - 35 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 26 of Good Will Hunters, with Christopher Thorn AM, Outcome Measurement Partner at EY. Christopher and I chat about his early aspirations of becoming a truck driver, and how he instead ended up a New York stockbroker, with a mission to prove that creating social value was...Listen now
  • Mike Davis – Humans of Purpose, Social Impact and The Art of Authenticity
    • 3 March 2019 - 1 hours & 2 minutes
    Welcome to Season 3 of Good Will Hunters! I am so excited to be back, and can’t wait to share our latest line-up of guests with you. Kicking off Season 3 is a collaboration I recently did with Humans of Purpose host, Mike Davis. If you haven’t already heard of...Listen now
  • Paul Brown – The Pacific, People and Performance
    • 29 December 2018 - 36 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 23 of Good Will Hunters, and our second last episode of Season 2! This week on the show we have Paul Brown. Paul is the CEO of ChildFund New Zealand, a position he has held for 14 years with industry-leading results. In this episode, we chat about...Listen now
  • Ross Piper – Long Term Value, Empowered Consumers and Good Business
    • 23 December 2018 - 41 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 22 of Good Will Hunters! This week, I chat to Ross Piper, CEO of Christian Super. Prior to this role, Ross was the Chief Operating Officer of World Vision Australia. Ross has over 25 years’ experience as a leader in the finance and not for profit sectors,...Listen now
  • Mark Harwood – SEED, Innovation and Brokers
    • 15 December 2018 - 35 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 21 of Good Will Hunters! This week on the show we have Mark Harwood. Mark leads the Social Enterprise and Economic Development (SEED) Unit of World Vision, with a focus on inclusive business, economic opportunities for women and impact investment. Mark and I met a few months...Listen now
  • Alison Covington – The Economy, Equality and Collaboration
    • 9 December 2018 - 36 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 20 of Good Will Hunters! This week on the show we have Alison Covington, Founder and CEO of Good360 Australia. Good360 is to manufactured goods what OzHarvest is to food – a recycler, a repurposer (if there is such a word!) and a champion of the circular...Listen now
  • Alicia Curtis – Leadership, Books and Boards
    • 2 December 2018 - 45 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 19 of Good Will Hunters! This week I chat to Alicia Curtis, Founder of Alyceum and 100 Women. Like last week’s guest, Dr Jemma Green, I came across Alicia at the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards. Alicia was nominated for her work in establishing and growing...Listen now
  • Dr Jemma Green – Democracy, Energy and the Environment
    • 24 November 2018 - 41 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 18 of Good Will Hunters, with Dr Jemma Green, Co-Founder and CEO of PowerLedger, the leading peer to peer marketplace for renewable energy trading. A few weeks ago I attended the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Awards in Sydney. Jemma was nominated, and won! Just days earlier,...Listen now
  • Simon Doble – Light, Energy and Education
    • 8 November 2018 - 37 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 17 of Good Will Hunters! Phew – have we got a great episode for you today! Simon Doble is an inventor, an entrepreneur, a CEO, and one of the kindest and most compassionate individuals I’ve ever met. The SolarBuddy story is an amazing one. SolarBuddy started because...Listen now
  • Kaitlin Tait – Finding Your Spark and Nurturing Female Entrepreneurs
    • 28 October 2018 - 35 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 16 of Good Will Hunters! This week on the show I chat with Kaitlin Tait, the Director of YHER, a part of YGAP which focuses on supporting female entrepreneurs in the Pacific, Bangladesh and parts of Africa. Kaitlin and husband Aaron started Spark International back in 2008,...Listen now
  • Rosie Wheen – Water, Women and Wishful Thinking
    • 21 October 2018 - 43 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 15 of Good Will Hunters! This week I chat to Rosie Wheen, CEO of WaterAid Australia. I firstly wanted to take a moment to thank you for your support since Season 2 kicked off a couple of weeks ago. I’ve been really enjoying recording these episodes and...Listen now
  • Annabelle Chauncy – Silver Linings, Building Schools and the Power of Education
    • 15 October 2018 - 34 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 14 of Good Will Hunters, with Annabelle Chauncy, the Founder and CEO of School for Life Foundation. Annabelle would be well-known to many of us in the not for profit community. I first heard of Annabelle and the School for Life Foundation at a conference a few...Listen now
  • Tom Perry – Virtual Reality, Storytelling and Regionalism
    • 8 October 2018 - 40 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 13 of Good Will Hunters, and our first episode of Season 2! In this episode, I chat with Tom Perry, Pacific Communications Lead at the World Bank. Tom and I worked together years ago when I was also at the World Bank, and ever since I’ve been...Listen now
  • Jeremy Meltzer – Creating Experiences, Transforming Retail, Supporting Girls
    • 27 August 2018 - 46 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 12 of Good Will Hunters! This week on the show I chat with Jeremy Meltzer. Jeremy is a socially and environmentally conscious entrepreneur and expert in ‘business for purpose’. He is the Founder of i=Change, the world’s first cause-marketing platform and Australia’s fastest-growing social enterprise tech startup....Listen now
  • Maddy Vaughan – Adara Development, Neonatal Health and Educating Girls
    • 19 August 2018 - 45 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 11 of Good Will Hunters! This week on the show I chat with Maddy Vaughan, the Senior Programs Manager at Adara Development. Adara is proof that the power of business can be used to improve the lives of people in poverty. The Adara Group consists of two...Listen now
  • Clare Press – Vogue, Affluenza and the Future of Ethical Fashion
    • 12 August 2018 - 44 minutes
    Hello, all! Welcome to Episode 10 of Good Will Hunters! Can you believe we’re at 10 episodes?! I can’t think of a more perfect guest to mark this milestone with than the wonderful, bubbly, intelligent, hilarious Clare Press. Clare is the Sustainability Editor At Large of Australian Vogue and an...Listen now
  • Giles Gunesekera – Impact Investment, Oxford University and the General Assembly.
    • 6 August 2018 - 40 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 9 of Good Will Hunters! This week on the show we have Giles Gunesekera. Giles is the CEO of the Global Impact Initiative (GII). The Initiative works with a variety of organisations to create impact investments, seeking both a positive financial return and a positive social or...Listen now
  • Andrea De Almeida – B-Corps, Business Culture and Inclusive Capitalism
    • 30 July 2018 - 39 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 8 of Good Will Hunters! On the show this week we have Andrea De Almeida. Andrea is the Executive Director of B-Lab, the not for profit organisation which supports the community of B Corps in Australia. Prior to this, Andrea worked for Social Ventures Australia where she...Listen now
  • Georgina Camp – Social Impact, Meaningful Participation and the Stock Exchange
    • 21 July 2018 - 40 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 7 of Good Will Hunters! In todays episode I chat with Georgina Camp, the CEO of Huber Social, an innovator bringing a fresh approach to solving complex social challenges. Georgie was introduced to me by Caitlin Barrett, the CEO of Love Mercy Foundation who we had on...Listen now
  • Elliot Costello – Entrepreneurs, Volunteering and Existentialism
    • 16 July 2018 - 42 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 6 of Good Will Hunters! On the show this week we have Elliot Costello, the Co-Founder and Former CEO of YGAP. In this episode, Elliot and I chat about investing in entrepreneurs, why more not-for-profits should consider merging, the value of volunteering and where YGAP might be...Listen now
  • Caitlin Barrett – Northern Uganda, Sustainable Livelihoods and Planning for the Future
    • 9 July 2018 - 47 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 5 of Good Will Hunters! This week, I chat with Caitlin Barrett, the CEO of Love Mercy Foundation, a tremendous organisation doing groundbreaking work in Uganda. We talk about the challenges of operating an NGO in Northern Uganda, building sustainable livelihoods, providing high quality healthcare at a...Listen now
  • Richard Moore – Aid Budgets, China and Confronting our Critics
    • 2 July 2018 - 53 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 4 of Good Will Hunters! In this episode I chat with Richard Moore, the former deputy-director of AusAID. We talk about our greatest aid successes, and our one big aid failure. We discuss how to remain relevant, why we need to confront our critics, the rise of...Listen now
  • Beth Eggleston – Humanitarian Emergencies, Inclusive Innovation and Disaster Capitalism
    • 25 June 2018 - 48 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 3 of Good Will Hunters! In this episode, I interview Beth Eggleston, the Co-Director of the Humanitarian Advisory Group. We discuss humanitarian emergencies, IKEA, entrepreneurship, disaster capitalism, Google, and what exactly an “unsolicited bilateral donation” is – it’ll make you laugh and cringe – plus loads more!...Listen now
  • Paul James – Good Cities, Driverless Cars and the Diplomatic Potential of Antarctica
    • 17 June 2018 - 45 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 2 of Good Will Hunters, with Professor Paul James. Today on the show we discuss the United Nations Global Compact, why relocating “slums” is so difficult, what exactly makes a good city, why resiliency is a dangerous word, and the enormous potential of Antarctica for international cooperation,...Listen now
  • Dr Genevieve Nelson – Kokoda, Training Teachers and Engaging with Business
    • 5 June 2018 - 48 minutes
    Welcome to Episode 1 of Good Will Hunters, with Dr. Genevieve Nelson. Today, we discuss the organisation Gen leads, the Kokoda Track Foundation, and the incredible impact the organisation has had on PNG. We talk state failure, achieving development goals, walking the Kokoda Track, training teachers in the most remote...Listen now