​TSCF network prepares to host summit

Preparations are underway to host the fourth annual Emerging Leaders’ Summit.

The summit, hosted by the graduates of the Papua New Guinea Tertiary Students Christian Fellowship, will be held at the Divine Word University in Madang, from the 29th of September to the 1st of October, 2017.

Speakers to the summit include anti-corruption adviser at Cardno Emerging Markets PNG, John ToGuata, Taskforce Sweep chairman, Sam Koim, and others.

The PNG TSCF Graduates Network is the largest network of Christian professionals, registered as an association to network likeminded graduates passionate to see PNG change for the better.

The network believes in moulding better leaders through the seven spheres of influence; Religion, Family, Education, Business, Arts, Media and Government.

PNGTSCF GN’s national coordinator, Ronald Kavanamur, said the network is dedicated to ensure professionals are practicing good virtues in our cultures and be transformed through the principles of God by upholding honesty, righteousness, respect, justice and loyalty.

“Our efforts can’t take effect unless we have the support of everyone in our community,” he said.

Meanwhile, the PNGTSCF graduates chapter in Port Moresby will be hosting a fundraising dinner at the Lamana Hotel Ballroom on Saturday, 5th August, from 6pm – 9pm.

The guest speaker is Luke Liria, chief executive officer at Kumul Petroleum Foundation and a certified leadership coach and trainer under the John Maxwell’s team.

He will be speaking on the theme: “Identifying the Leader in me”. Proceeds raised from the dinner will go towards the hosting of the 4th Emerging Leader’s Summit 2017.

All TSF graduates in Port Moresby are asked to attend.

Press release