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The Board of Directors

Dr Adrian Blundell-Wignall
Founder and Chair
Adrian is Anika's father

Dr Philip Lowe
Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia

Mr Glenn Stevens
Former Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia

Michelle Tye
Senior Research Fellow, Black Dog Institute

Crispin Murray
Head of Equities at BT Funds Management

Paul Brennan
Senior Economist at Suncorp

Prof. Philip B. Mitchell
Professor and Head, School of Psychiatry, UNSW

Danae Blundell-Wignall
Human Resources Consultant
for American Express.
Danae is Anika's Sister.

Tate Dogan
Building Services Mechanical Engineer
for Arup.
Tate is Anika's Brother.


The Role of the Board:

  1. To raise funds for a capital base to support an annual income that will be distributed for purposes of research into youth depression.
  2. To invest the capital in high-yielding shares, (with a couple of ethical restrictions that Anika would have insisted on), to maximize returns for a relatively low level of investment risk.
  3. To allocate income from the fund, once established, in the form of prizes for research in the area of adolescent depression and suicide. Medical, social and educational research will be eligible.
  4. To raise the profile of issues concerning youth depression through its sponsored research programs and fund raising activities.
  5. To produce a report to contributors on activities of the Anika Foundation each year.
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