Steering Committee


Stephanie Copus-Campbell

Stephanie Copus Campbell is the Executive Director of the Papua New Guinean (PNG) Oil Search Foundation that implements annual programs focused on health, leadership and education and women’s empowerment and protection.  

She chairs the Southern Highlands Provincial Health Authority Board which is responsible for governing all health service delivery in PNG’s third largest province and is an adviser to the Hela Provincial Health Authority Board. Stephanie is also a director on Harold Mitchell Foundation Board, and Femili PNG Board (a local PNG NGO that supports survivors of family and sexual violence) and a member of the Bel isi PNG Steering Committee (a public private partnership to address family and sexual violence in PNG). Until recently she was a Board Director for UNICEF Australia. She is a member of the University of New South Wales Canberra’s Advisory Council, the Steamships’ Community Grants Advisory Committee, and the Lowy Institute’s Australia-PNG Network. 

From 2009-2011, Stephanie was the head of Australia’s aid program with Papua New Guinea. She was also posted to Suva, Fiji, as head of Australia’s aid program with Fiji and the Pacific region and has had previous postings to PNG. During her early Australian government career, she worked on development cooperation with China and on environment and infrastructure policy. She has had experience working with CARE Australia in an executive management role and as a lecturer with Deakin University. 

Stephanie holds an MPHIL degree from Cambridge University (UK) in international relations and a Bachelor’s degree from University of California in political science, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude. She is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. 


Robin Fleming

Robin Fleming was appointed CEO of Bank of South Pacific Ltd in April 2013. Before his appointment as CEO, he had been Deputy CEO and Chief Risk Officer since 2009. Prior to that, Mr. Fleming held senior executive roles as Chief Risk Officer, General Manager Corporate & International, and Head of Risk Management with BSP. Prior to the merger of BSP and PNGBC, Mr. Fleming held senior management roles with PNGBC. He has worked in PNG for over 35 years and holds an MBA and a Master of Management from Charles Sturt University.  Mr. Fleming was made a Companion of the Star of Melanesia (CSM) in 2015 by the PNG Government for services to banking and the community.


Sue Margaret Mackwell

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Matthew Park

Matthew holds a solid communications, broadcasting and media background and currently works as the Executive Director of Communications, Media & Public Relations for the APEC Business Advisory Council of Papua New Guinea. Matthew was the former CEO of Media Niugini Limited (trading as “EMTV”). EMTV operates as the main commercial, free-to-air, TV broadcaster in PNG.

Matthew previously worked as the COO at HiTRON (leading provider of premium TV, Internet and Data Solutions in PNG) and also worked as the Regional Head of Content and Programming for the Digicel Group. Here he was charged with the responsibility of programming three TV channels and acquiring rights to all content, sports rights and Pay-TV channels for the Digicel television platform across the regions of PNG and the Pacifics. Matthew previously worked as the Senior Policy Advisor for the Australian Communications and Media Authority for 6 years. Matthew is passionate about animal rights, having previously been on the board of the RSPCA of PNG for three years, and holds a Bachelor of Business Administration, a Bachelor of Laws (with Honours) and a Master’s Degree in Law from the Australian National University.