Director of International, Alice Hall
As the Director of International for UNICEF Australia, Alice Hall works alongside our regional and country office partners to deliver a broad range of technical support and long-term development programs to contribute UNICEF’s work to provide maximum impact for children in need across the Asia Pacific region.
With a Bachelor of International Studies and a Master of International Law from Sydney University, Alice started as Program Coordinator with UNICEF Australia in 2016. Believing that Early Childhood Development (ECD) provides an essential foundation for every child to thrive, Alice specialised in ECD, working with our partners to develop and enhance programs to make them more sustainable and robust.
Alice also focused on disability, was part of the UNICEF Global Young Management team and has been Head of International Programs, specialising in the early years portfolio and supporting team strategy and communication. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Alice was the Vaccine Lead for UNICEF Australia.
Before joining UNICEF Australia, Alice worked at the Australian Red Cross, co-leading the Migration Hub providing casework support to asylum seekers and migrants in transition and designing and delivering community development programs. Alice has also worked with Indigenous communities in Australia on health through the Malpa Project, particularly on a child-to-child primary and preventative health model called Young Doctors.
Alice is the interim Director of International, while Felicity Wever is temporarily on long-service leave.