Lusia Sefo Leau is the CEO of PWWA and has held this role since late 2016; she helped establish PWWA as a permanent regional organization for Pacific water and wastewater in Samoa. She has held senior leadership roles in a number of government Ministries, including CEO of the Ministry for Revenue, Deputy CEO, Ministry of Finance, and Deputy Secretary for the Ministry of the Prime Minister and Cabinet—leading major institutional and capacity building reforms and projects including government-wide programs and some regional organizations. Lusia currently is the Chairperson of the Community Development Sector Steering Committee of the Samoa Ministry for Women, Community and Social Development a role she’s held for the past two years. She is a recipient of the Samoa Public Service prestigious excellence award for Inspirational Leadership.
, Pacific Water and Wastewater Association
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