We are always happy to work with journalists and media outlets interested in the Movember Foundation and men’s health. Here you will find everything you need to support Movember in 2018.

Movember Foundation Press Kit
Community Press Release template
Movember Foundation 101
In addition to general media enquiries we can also: 
  •  Provide a Movember spokesperson for interview or comment 
  •  Locate Mo Bro and Mo Sista participants in your local area for interview or photo opportunities
  •  Coordinate media opportunities with Movember Ambassadors.

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Movember 101

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Check out the faces supporting Movember


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Supporting Partners

Details on Movember's support of men's health

Movember Spokespeople


Paul Villanti (PV)

Mo style: The Boxcar


Paul oversees the Movember Foundation’s program investments in prostate cancer, testicular cancer, men’s health and mental health initiatives globally. He serves as a Director on the Boards of Movember Foundation, Prostate Cancer Foundation (USA) and Prostate Cancer Canada. He has a particular interest in leveraging the Foundation’s role as a global funder and connector to accelerate improved health outcomes for men through global collaboration, and is actively leading key initiatives across biomedical research, clinical quality and men’s health. Off-duty, PV is a keen North Melbourne Kangaroos supporter and loves to spend time out on the water, patiently waiting for those fish to bite.


Craig Martin

Mo style: The Rock Star


Craig oversees the Movember Foundation’s portfolio of work in mental health and suicide prevention around the globe. Craig has worked as a clinician and manager in a broad range of mental health services for over 13 years and sadly, has lost several of his mates to suicide. Having witnessed the devastation that suicide causes to families and communities, Craig is unrelenting in his desire to challenge the status quo when it comes to stopping men dying too young and creating a global impact on men’s mental health and suicide prevention. Craig especially loves hearing from Mo Bros and Mo Sistas about their own stories, as well as seeing the moustache starting conversations and changing lives. On the rare occasion Craig is not out and about talking men’s mental health, he can be found adventuring with his two little men or with his mates at the footy, beer in hand.


Sam Gledhill (Sammy)

Mo style: Wishing for a Trucker, likely to achieve an Undercover Brother


Sam is a Mornington Peninsula lad who manages to combine his love of numbers (statistics are a particular favourite) with clinical research and health management. No mean feat. Sam joined the Movember Foundation in 2011 because he needed a job - he stays because every day he has the privilege of seeing how the work the Foundation does is quite literally changing the face of men’s health. In his spare time, Sam assumes the position of AFL armchair expert and calls Big Data a hobby. Seriously.



Kieran Ryan (Kizz, Kizza, Kizzle)

Mo style: The Regent (inspired by the great Tom Selleck)


Kieran is a country lad, born and bred in Stawell, and it shows. His laid-back, friendly nature means it’s impossible not to like him, making him perfect for a career in client relations. He’s come to the Movember Foundation intent of having fun, doing good. Although still in his 20’s, he’s already lost two close mates to suicide, so Kieran has a particular passion for improving the mental health and wellbeing of Aussie men. Outside of work, he’s busy keeping fit and is one of those very few people who make the choice to compete in ultra marathons. When he’s not doing those, he’s running, surfing, skating, playing football…the list goes on.



Movember Australia
(03) 8416 3900


Sam Mills
Senior Publicist
0411 241 475