Tiriseyani has over ten years of community development experience, having served in various roles at Partners in Community Development Fiji (PCDF) and as Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Officer with the Australian Government’s Fiji Program Support Facility. In her community development work she has fostered organisational culture of appreciating MEL as a key component of work and also contributed to ensuring that gender is a cross-cutting priority within the programs she has worked with. Tiriseyani is very passionate about community development as well as mental health and suicide prevention. She facilitated the formation of the Youth Champs for Mental Health in 2008 and currently serves on the Boards of Lifeline Fiji and PCDF.
Tiriseyani has a Masters in Development Studies from the University of Melbourne, as well as a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in Applied Psychology and Journalism from the University of the South Pacific.
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