Peseta Arasi Afoa Tiotio
Onofiatele Carmel Moore
Adi is a co-founder and the executive director of Women in Business Development Incorporated in Samoa. For more than 20 years she has led the organisation, and was recognized by the Vital Voices Global Partnership which presented Mrs Tafuna’i the Economic Empowerment Award at The Global Leadership Awards. Mrs Tafuna’i was also involved in bringing virgin coconut oil pressing to Samoa and in 1998 confirmed a fair trade contract with The Body Shop. She was instrumental in reviving Samoa’s fine-mat weaving and transforming it into an income-generating activity. Regionally, Mrs Tafuna’i was one of the initiators of the Pacific Organic Ethical Trade community, and has assisted other Pacific organisations become organically certified and negotiated their inclusion world markets. In 2006, she was chair of the Pacific Island Association of Non-Governmental Organisations. That year, she was also a Commonwealth Observer Group member for the Presidential and Parliamentary Elections in Uganda.
Alberta oversees the running of the organics and production programs.
Protocol and Cultural Specialist
Fuimaono has more than 30 years’ experience in cultural and economic development in Samoa.
Savai'i Programme Manager:
Senior Field Officers:
Finance and Admin officers:
|Data Officers:||Grace Faasavalu|
Social Media Officer:
|Casual Staff:||Meauli Faiga|