Hannah has a business and commerce background with experience in marketing, product development and management and stakeholder relationship management. Hannah has worked in various organisations in the UK, USA and Australia and has also recently completed a Masters of International Relations.
Lauro is a Director of Gevity Consulting’s International Development practice, and specialises in international affairs, regional cooperation, trade reforms, border services, poverty alleviation and ICT development challenges. He works across Central and West Asia, East Asia, South Asia, South East Asia and the Pacific region, leading and supporting several technical assistance and donor
Lauro is a certified Project Management Professional and has a Bachelor of Science, Major in Computer Science, from the University of Regina, Canada, and an Executive MBA from the Warwick Business School in England.
Vicki is currently the Head of the Metadata and Classifications Unit at the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, where she has held a number of different roles over the past 13 years. She was also previously the Manager of the Information Strategy Section at
Vicki has a degree in Health Information Management, and a Masters in Health Informatics and has had a diverse career both domestically and internationally. She has worked extensively across the Pacific over the past 15 years as well as lectured at a range of Australian universities.
Katri works at the intersection of health and technology in the Health Service and Policy unit at the sub-regional WHO office in Fiji. She supports twenty-one Pacific countries on technology deployment, health information system development, policies and strategy development. Katri has a degree in International Relations and a Master’s in Public Health focus on epidemiology. She has done doctoral studies on public health, biostatistics and health informatics.
Sunia Soakai is the Deputy Director Public Health Division with the Pacific Community (SPC). Sunia is responsible for supporting development of regional health architecture, governance, health planning and monitoring, evaluation and learning, health information, health workforce, and communications