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July Kuri
Community Engagement Officer
July Kuri serves as Community Engagement Officer at WCS.
Kathleen Waninara
Finance and Admin Assistant - Kavieng Office
Kathleen joined WCS New Ireland program team in December 2019. Previously, Kathleen has worked in various finance and administration roles since 2005, which included the private sector and an AusAID funded project, focusing on HIV and AIDS, in Port Moresby and Kokopo, East New Britain Province. Kathleen has also worked with World Bank funded PPAP Cocoa project from 2013 to 2018, as well as the Rural Services Delivery Project in Kokopo and other World Bank funded projects.
Kigl Michael
Community Engagement Officer - Goroka Office
Kigl Michael serves as Community Engagement Officer at WCS.
K-Lux Luluaki
Community Engagement Officer
K-Lux Luluaki serves as Community Engagement Officer at WCS.
Leah Baina
Finance/Administration Assistant
Leah Baina serves as Finance/Administration Assistant at WCS.
Lester Govi Seri
Senior Policy Officer - Port Moresby
Lester holds a Bachelor of Education (BED) from University of Papua New Guinea (UPNG). He worked for 19 years with the Department of Environment and Conservation (now CEPA) undertaking wildlife surveys, while actively engaged in the policy, legislation and strategy development aspects of biodiversity conservation in the country. Lester’s extensive field worked was recoginsed when he was honored with the naming of an insectivorous bat species, and a tree kangaroo as Seri’s Tree Kangaroo. He also led an Environmental NGO called Conservation Melanesia Inc., as the Executive Director. Lester joined WCS in 2018.
Markis Pesco
Terrestrial Conservation Officer - Goroka Office
Graduated from the University of Papua New Guinea with a Bachelor in Science (BSc) majoring in Terrestrial Biology with a minor in Environmental Science under the School of Natural & Physical Sciences in 2015. Has postgraduate Diploma in Science (PGDSc) with New Guinea Binatang Research Center affiliating with the University of Papua New Guinea. Study was based on the distribution of insectivore bird (Sericornis species) along different elevation on Mt. Michael in Lufa District, Eastern Highlands Province from 2017-2019. Joined WCS-PNG in early 2019 as the Terrestrial Conservation Officer undertaking research involving hunting surveys, estimating population abundance for mammals and birds and do continuous wildlife monitoring along the Bismarck Range.
Misu Nick
Field Support Officer - Manus Office
Misu Nick serves as Field Support Officer at WCS.
Susan Good
Research Assistant - Goroka Office
Susan Good serves as Research Assistant at WCS.
Sylvia Maiap Noble
Manus Programme Manager – WCS Manus
Sylvia Noble is the Program Manager for WCS’s Manus Programme. She coordinate WCS’s work and its implementation in Manus, liaise with communities and provincial government partners and organisations, and manage day to day activities and WCS staff in Manus. Sylvia has a Bachelor’s degree in Communication for Development and has 10+ years of experience in the coordination, management and implementation of conservation and livelihood related projects. In 2019, Sylvia attended a certificate training course in Sustainable Environmental Management (the Beahrs Environmental Leadership Program) at the University of California, Berkeley, USA.
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