It’s hard for me to put into words how much I love the Nothing But Nets campaign.
Therefore, it’s bittersweet for me to share the news with you that I’m leaving the United Nations Foundation’s Nothing But Nets team after more than five years as Director of the campaign for an exciting new opportunity.
This is one of the most difficult decisions I’ve ever made because of how much I love being a part of the Nothing But Nets family and how deeply I believe in our mission. I’m very proud of the work that we have done together over the last five years to protect children and families. I’m extremely grateful for your generous support helping us move toward the goal of defeating malaria once and for all.
I hope you will watch the short video below in which I share my reflections on the past five years and thoughts on the next chapter of the campaign’s work.
I’m proud to announce the campaign will now be led by Margaret Reilly McDonnell. Margaret has been Deputy Director of the campaign for the past four years and over that time has become a dear friend and colleague. I am 100% confident that under her leadership, Nothing But Nets will continue to grow as a force in the fight against malaria.
I will continue to be a dedicated supporter of Nothing But Nets and look forward to the day that together, we defeat malaria.