Angelyn Famudi has been appointed as Marie Stopes Papua New Guinea’s (MSPNG) new Country Director.
Angelyn will be the first Papua New Guinean appointed to lead the organization since MSPNGs establishment
in PNG in 2006.
Angelyn is a seasoned manager and marketing professional with 20 years of experience in sales, marketing, and media. She serves on several boards and is an engaged community member and leader in Port Moresby.
Angelyn is a proud mother of four who put herself through school while caring for her family and managed to find success in some very challenging and high-pressure professional environments.
“I feel very humbled to be given the opportunity as the first Papua New Guinean Country Director for Marie Stopes PNG,” Angelyn said. “It is a privilege to be involved in Service Delivery to our people across all sectors of our community which works to improve the health and quality of life of women, men and their families providing quality family planning and sexual and reproductive health services.”
Marie Stopes International Executive Officer and Regional Director Chris Turner said Angelyn has commenced in the role on May 23, 2022, taking over from Heidi Brown who was MSPNGs Interim Country Director for the last 3 months.
“She is passionate about our mission, and I can’t wait for her to bring that passion to MSPNG. I know she is very excited to do so,” Turner said. “This is a significant milestone for MSPNG and one we should all feel very good about.”