World Vision Announces New Head of Media and Corporate Communications


Andrew Hewett, a former journalist and corporate communications manager, has been appointed World Vision’s new media and corporate communications manager.

The announcement:

Hewett comes to World Vision with more than two decades of industry experience. After 10 years as a broadcast journalist in leading Australian media, Hewett has amassed a 12-year career in high-profile communications roles with such renowned global and national brands as Coca-Cola Amatil, Kraft and the giant of Reece Group Plumbing.

Hewett said he was drawn to World Vision because of its vital mission and world-renowned goal of empowering vulnerable children, families and communities to overcome poverty.


“My family is passionate about supporting the community and those less fortunate, which is one of the reasons I couldn’t be happier to join the World Vision team,” said Hewett. “Clearly the team has a vision and purpose aligned with many rich and interesting stories to tell. I look forward to playing my part in raising awareness of the great work that is being done, locally and globally, to support and empower vulnerable people.

“Daniel [Wordsworth] and the team also has a strong commitment to the environment, climate change and first Australians, which should rightly be a priority for all of us. I feel blessed and very motivated by this opportunity and I look forward to it.

Elisa Iurato, Acting Chief Communications Officer, World Vision, said: “Andrew brings a wealth of strategic thinking, with a strong focus on stakeholder engagement, leadership, communications and media training, to leadership roles with globally respected brands.

“I really look forward to Andrew joining the team as we continue to evolve the function and improve how we communicate the great work done by our dedicated people around the world.”

Hewett will begin with World Vision on July 1.

Source: World Vision


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