Priscillar Napoleon

Napoleon obtains EMBA

Napoleon was a finalist in the Not-for-profit category of the Westpac Outstanding Women’s Awards nominated by Steamships in 2019.

She has worked with PNG Cancer Foundation since graduating from University of PNG in 2015 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business and Management.

Whilst still being employed with the PNGCF, managing the operations of the PNG Cancer Foundation from 2018 to date she proceeded to register for the Executive Master in Business Administration (EMBA), from 2021-2022, graduating with the EMBA recently.

Cancer foundation begins free workshops

The workshop was re-branded from the Biggest Morning Tea to “Let’s Talk Cancer”.

Program manager, Priscillar Napoleon, said this is to encourage people to mainly start up conversations among themselves or a group of people and talk about what cancer is about as part of awareness and educating each other.

“Basically the answering the what, where, how, which and why cancer is affecting lives every day in a normal and civil conversation,” she says.