Board of Directors

[image]Morris Iemma

Morris Iemma

Chairman

Morris Iemma is a former member of the New South Wales Parliament including Health Minister and Premier of NSW. He is the father of four young children with wife Santina. Morris is the inaugural Chairman of the Miracle Babies Foundation.

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[image]Melinda Cruz

Melinda Cruz

Founder

Miracle Babies Foundation was initiated and founded by Melinda Cruz in 2005.Due to a bicornuate (heart shaped) uterus, Melinda’s first son, Elijah, was born at 34 weeks, spending 21/2 weeks in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit. 

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[image]Kylie Pussell

Kylie Pussell

CEO and Co-Founder

Kylie Pussell co-founded Miracle Babies Foundation in 2005. After suffering a miscarriage and losing twin babies at 16 weeks, Kylie gave birth to her daughter Madeline at 30 weeks. Two years later, Kylie delivered twins at just 25 weeks.

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[image]Dr Robert Guaran

Dr Robert Guaran

Board Member

Dr Robert Guaran is the Executive Medical Advisor in Neonatology for the NSW Pregnancy and Newborn Services Network. An advocate for the work of Miracle Babies Foundation and supporter since its inception, Robert is father to 2 children and joined the Board in 2011.

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[image]Deborah Knight

Deborah Knight

Board Member

Deborah Knight is a well-known Australian Journalist and news presenter. She is the face of the Sydney 6pm News and regularly hosts the Today Show and Today Extra on the Nine Network. She also presents the 9 Mums podcast for the 9 Honey website. 

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[image]Andrew Rasby

Andrew Rasby

Board Member

Andrew has over 25 years in the banking and financial planning industry. He has vast experience across retail banking, business banking, commercial banking and financial planning. Andrew has held such roles as Head of Bankwest Financial Advice, Head of Private Bank, ...

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[image]David Farr

David Farr

Board member

David Farr has over 20 years’ of international banking experience having worked in London at Merrill Lynch International and the Commonwealth Bank of Australia.

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