GWF Lunch and Learn: Plan your Professional Development

Graduate Women (Fiji)
If you've not yet created a professional (and personal) development plan for yourself as you strive to get into that scholarship/fellowship, choose the right course/programme to move up your career or vie for a role you've been dreaming about, then our Lunch & Learn on 18 July at Ginger Kitchen is just for you! Mere Nailatikau who has just returned recently to Fiji after finishing her Fulbright Scholarship in the US to complete her Masters has graciously said yes when we asked her to speak on this topic whilst sharing her Fulbright experience and drawing on her overall professional journey.
 
We only have limited seats so if you and your friends would like some please buy here through TICKETMAX or email [email protected] or message our Fundraising Chair, Nirmala at 9995808.
 
It's $30 for a ticket (includes a main and a set drink) and GWF members get a discounted $25. We don't issue printed tickets anymore but will send you a digital ticket to your email online as soon as you confirm and we receive payment. Thank you so much for your support!
 
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Merewalesi holds masters' degrees in both Public Policy and Development Studies. With over 15 years of experience in the Pacific region, she has contributed to research, policy analysis, public diplomacy, and strategic communication across various sectors including governance, civil society, donor agencies, and education.
 
Mere founded Bellatrix Consulting, specializing in storytelling and creative collaborations with indigenous Pacific artists. Her writing has been featured in publications such as the Commonwealth Writers Blog, Climate Tracker, Islands Business, DevPolicy, and the Lowy Interpreter. Additionally, she co-produces Oceanic Refractions, an immersive sound art installation centering indigenous perspectives on kinship, care, and self-determination amidst the climate crisis.
 
ABOUT GRADUATE WOMEN (FIJI)
Graduate Women (Fiji) or GWF is a voluntary and non-profit organisation of women and graduates working to promote lifelong education, to improve the status of women and girls and to enable women to effect positive change for a peaceful world. Find out more: 
graduatewomenfiji.org
 
If you've not yet created a professional (and personal) development plan for yourself as you strive to get into that scholarship/fellowship, choose the right course/programme to move up your career or vie for a role you've been dreaming about, then our Lunch & Learn on 18 July at Ginger Kitchen is just for you! Mere Nailatikau who has just returned recently to Fiji after finishing her Fulbright Scholarship in the US to complete her Masters has graciously said yes when we asked her to speak on this topic whilst sharing her Fulbright experience and drawing on her overall professional journey.
 
We only have limited seats so if you and your friends would like some please buy here through TICKETMAX or email [email protected] or message our Fundraising Chair, Nirmala at 9995808.
 
It's $30 for a ticket (includes a main and a set drink) and GWF members get a discounted $25. We don't issue printed tickets anymore but will send you a digital ticket to your email online as soon as you confirm and we receive payment. Thank you so much for your support!
 
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Merewalesi holds masters' degrees in both Public Policy and Development Studies. With over 15 years of experience in the Pacific region, she has contributed to research, policy analysis, public diplomacy, and strategic communication across various sectors including governance, civil society, donor agencies, and education.
 
Mere founded Bellatrix Consulting, specializing in storytelling and creative collaborations with indigenous Pacific artists. Her writing has been featured in publications such as the Commonwealth Writers Blog, Climate Tracker, Islands Business, DevPolicy, and the Lowy Interpreter. Additionally, she co-produces Oceanic Refractions, an immersive sound art installation centering indigenous perspectives on kinship, care, and self-determination amidst the climate crisis.
 
ABOUT GRADUATE WOMEN (FIJI)
Graduate Women (Fiji) or GWF is a voluntary and non-profit organisation of women and graduates working to promote lifelong education, to improve the status of women and girls and to enable women to effect positive change for a peaceful world. Find out more: 
graduatewomenfiji.org
 

Ginger Kitchen

18/07/2024 | 12:45 PM

Tickets

Non-Member Ticket

If you are not a member of Graduate Women (Fiji), please choose this ticket type.

$30.00

+$1.38 fee


Member Ticket

All Graduate Women (Fiji) financial members get a discounted ticket price for this event.

$25.00

+$1.15 fee