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Port Moresby Nature Park welcomes new board members

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Post Courier

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Papua New Guinea's 'trupla' leading Daily Newspaper Since 1969.The Post-Courier is proud of its record as the voice of PNG. We were there when the nation took its first bold steps towards independence. Since that time, we have fearlessly recorded the nation's progress.

Port Moresby Nature Park, PNG’s only internationally recognised wildlife and recreational park is pleased to announce three new members who join as Board Directors with one newly appointed as Chairman.

The new board members include:


– Chairman – Lorna McPherson (Senior Vice President & Chief of Sales – Digicel);
– Director – George Constantinou (Group Chairman and Governing Director of Constantinou Group of Companies also Chairman and Managing Director of both Hebou Construction and Monier Limited);
– Director – Everett Chue (Also Director of Pacific Industries).
They join current board directors:
– Governor Powes Parkop – NCD Governor;
– Scott Sandlin –Senior Vice President – Production ExxonMobil;
– Michelle McGeorge – Grow Strategies Founder.

The board has a combination of years of professional experience from government, environmental law & human rights, civil engineering, construction, property, business and psychology backgrounds.

Together they will implement the strategic plan for the park and provide governance in line with the park’s mission for guardianship of PNG’s unique environment through


conservation, education and recreation.

With such strong engaged leaders who have shared interest and history of knowledge in PNG they will impact the organisation and inspire the connection between PNG’s wildlife, flora and culture and continue to build upon the foundation work for future generations.

“I am passionate about nature and how the ecosystem works, the animals and the trees all have their place and it is our job to protect the environment to preserve the future of the rainforest and wildlife.

To ensure that this message is taught to future generations of PNG, the more impact we can have with the children attending our education programs we are able to teach them how to protect the future of PNG.” Lorna McPherson – Port Moresby Nature Park Board Chairman.