In the GWH Summer Series, ACFID’s Bridi Rice takes you inside the Canberra foreign policy community to ask one key question: what does increased poverty mean for Australian international affairs?
In the last of this six-part series, Bridi Rice will be speaking with Serena Sasingian on local leadership and Australian/Papua New Guinean roots.
Serena Sasingian is a lawyer by profession and co-founder of The Voice Inc., a leading youth development organisation she co-founded whilst attending the University of Papua New Guinea. Currently, Serena is CEO of Digicel Foundation, and prior to this, Head of Gender and Leadership Programs with the Oil Search Foundation. Before joining the Foundation, she worked as a senior Policy Lawyer with the Department of Justice and Attorney General where she was in charge of the implementation of domestic violence legislation and the Governments Action Plan to address Sorcery and Witchcraft related violence.
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The GWH Team