Stacey has been Board Member since early 2016.
Stacey holds a Degree in Law and a Degree in Arts (Journalism & Public Relations) from the University of Papua New Guinea. She completed her training at the Legal Training Institute and has recently been admitted to the Bar.
Prior to becoming a lawyer she worked extensively in the area of Public Relations and Marketing.
She has been a member of CFC for a number of years and has helped behind the scenes in promoting White Ribbon Day – our major fundraising event on our calendar.
Ayesha joined the Coalition for Change board of directors in early 2016. Ayesha is of mixed PNG and Australian parentage. In November 2014, Ayesha graduated from her Dual Degree: Bachelor of Arts (International Relations & Peace and Conflict) and Bachelor of Social Science (Development) from the University of Queensland. Presently, Ayesha is under taking post graduate study with a specialisation in gender and development at Australia National University.
Ayesha is extremely passionate about the role of young people intersecting with gender issues and providing a platform for youth engagement and youth led solutions towards address gender inequality. Ayesha is also interested in child protection and safeguarding in Papua New Guinea and across the Pacific Region.
Additionally, Ayesha sits on the board of directors for the One Woman Project (Australia) and has been involved with various organisations in PNG, Australia and Fiji.
Rosa Manoa-Maitava is a Director on the Board of Coalition for Change PNG since 2014.
Her background is in Arts and Tourism, HRM, Management and Education. She was educated at the University of the South Pacific and has worked in various industries in the Pacific from secondary and tertiary education, managing resorts, working in ILO projects in Fiji and PNG and the tourism industry in PNG.
Rosa is a member of other civil society groups in Port Moresby; Soroptomist International Port Moresby and Business Professional Women. She is currently the Administration Manager at the New Zealand High Commission, Port Moresby.