Fone Haus brand ambassador and former NRL Telstra Premiership champion and North Queensland Cowboys star Jonathan Thurston is back in Papua New Guinea (PNG) for his second visit.
This time during his stay here, Thurston will be helping the Fone Haus Emerging Leaders program and visit Family Sexual Violence (FSV) partners of NWTL company (Nambawan Trophy Limited)and showing support for the staff who help survivors of FSV.
Thurston will leave Port Moresby for Lae city tomorrow, Wednesday 18th January where he will go around and meet up with Fone Haus staff in Lae city and at the same time visit Emerging Leadership program participants and the FSV partners.
The Fone Haus Emerging Leaders program is an ongoing initiative where currently about 32 Fone Haus staff members are participating in the program to help develop them into better leaders in the workplace and their respective communities.
“Got a whole week here, looking forward to go to Lae doing the emerging leaders’ program, it is great that Fone Haus as a company is investing in their staff to make their staff go to the next level for their company,” said Thurston.
“I’m looking forward to doing all that as well, so whilst I’m here, if you see me out on the streets, come and say hello and take a photo. It should be fun.”
While in Lae, Thurston will be also taking time out to play some game of footy with the locals.
Meanwhile, Thurston’s first visit to PNG was back in May 2022, which was eight months ago.
The theme for his visit this year is “Making Memories with JT”, and the public is urged to take pictures, videos if they see him in public.