WiFN Fiji is staffed by a capable and committed team.
The staff are:
Marama Tuivuna joined us after serving in the REDD+ project under the Ministry of Forestry. She has had extensive experience on project management, climate change and sustainable resource management as a former Civil Servant. In 2010, she graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Environmental Studies from the Auckland University of Technology. Her passion lies in sustainable management of resources and protection of the rights of resource owners in the development and management of their natural resource. In her free time, she loves to spend time with friends and families, playing volleyball and swimming.
Finance and Administration Officer
Reema first joined the Women in Fisheries Network – Fiji in March 2016. She has had extensive accounting experience as a former Civil Servant. Originally from Nausori, she has for the past worked with the Ministry of Fisheries and then Public Service Commission. Reema did her undergraduate studies at the University of the South Pacific in Accounting and Economics and recently graduated with a Masters in Business Administration in early 2019. Apart from work, she loves to play netball and socialise.
Joeli is a young and energetic person and is responsible for project management, membership facilitation and public relations in our office. He was previously employed by the Ministry of Economy as a Training Facilitator and brings with him experience in human resources, media and communications. Over the years, Joeli has played an active role for the WWF Pacific Volunteers Programme where he was a Communications Coordinator. He is passionate about youth development and environment conservation.