Loau Donina Tili Vaa appointed as Chief Executive Officer of Ministry of Women’s, Community and Social Development


In a significant move, the Cabinet, in its meeting today, approved the Selection Panel recommendation to appoint Loau Donina Tili Vaa as the new Chief Executive Officer of the Ministry of Women’s, Community and Social Development (M.W.C.S.D.).

The decision follows a thorough evaluation of five highly qualified applicants. Loau Donina Tili Vaa selection was based on her outstanding credentials and wealth of experience in social work and community engagement.

Her previous employment in Australia and New Zealand has provided her with valuable insights and ability, making her a standout candidate for the position.

A distinguished graduate of the University of the South Pacific, Loau holds a Master of Social Policy and Public Administration, earned in 2004. Her academic achievements also include a Bachelor of Arts in Literature Language – Population, which she completed in 1994.

The selection panel emphasized Loau academic qualifications and described her as a highly competent professional. Her extensive on-the-job experience both abroad and locally further complements her qualifications, making her an ideal fit for the responsibilities of the Ministry.

Loau Donina Tili Vaa diverse background and relevant experience make her well-suited to lead the Ministry in addressing the multifaceted issues related to women, community, and social development. The Cabinet decision reflects its confidence in her ability to drive positive change and contribute to the betterment of society.

The newly appointed Chief Executive Officer will serve a three-year term, during which her leadership is expected to play a crucial role in advancing the Ministry goals and objectives.

The public eagerly anticipates the positive impact Loau will bring to the Ministry and looks forward to seeing the positive transformations under her capable leadership.