A leader in the media and publishing industry, Marina Go was appointed to the board of Ovarian Cancer Australia in 2018 and recently became Chair.
Marina, a leader in the media and publishing industry, was appointed to the board of Ovarian Cancer Australia in 2018 and recently became Chair. She succeeds Paula Benson, who served on the board for more than a decade and as Chair for eight years.
Since Paula joined the board, Ovarian Cancer Australia has grown from a small grassroots community organisation to the leading organisation for ovarian cancer in Australia.
Paula is an ovarian cancer survivor and the 2017 recipient of the Jeannie Ferris Cancer Australia Recognition Award for her outstanding contribution to improving outcomes for women with gynaecological cancers.
Marina also has a personal connection to ovarian cancer. Her husband carries the BRCA1 gene mutation, the likely reason why many of the women on her husband’s side of the family, including Ovarian Cancer Australia founder Lynda Gibson, developed ovarian cancer.
Marina was named by BOSS Magazine as one of the 20 True Leaders of 2016, she is Chair of the Wests Tigers NRL Club, Chair…