Since 2017 Misha has led the Global Health Alliance Australia, which is a peak body for global health organisations in Australia and which currently has 40 organisational members across nine organisational types. In 2018 Misha authored Victoria’s first international Health Sector Capacity Report, and the Alliance has recently funded to scope our Australia’s first Centre for WHO Collaboration – designed to provide support to Australia and New Zealand’s 52 WHO Collaborating Centres.

Misha has extensive experience living and working in countries including Bougainville, Palestine, Ethiopia, Kenya, Vietnam and Cambodia. She was formerly the CEO of Anglican Overseas Aid, and has also worked in several roles at AusAID, as the Country Manager of the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research as the Australian Embassy in Hanoi, and she has led the Asian Development Bank and US Government aid programs in the Asia-Pacific region.