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Colette Brown
Manager - Pacific Fisheries Leadership Programme
Pacific Community (SPC)
Email: [email protected]


Pacific Community (SPC)
BP D5 - 95 Bld Roger Laroque
98 848 Noumea - New Caledonia
Tel: +687 26.20.00


Cameron Bowles – Team Leader and Coach

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Cameron’s thirty years’ experience in international development, leadership, education and strategy has included consultancies and senior leadership roles with international development agencies, NGOs, universities. His experience in the Pacific spans DFAT and the Pacific Community (SPC). He has also worked in the UK as CEO of the World University Service, and in Africa, the Middle East, Central America and South Asia.

Cameron develops programmes to strengthen leaders and support people to address difficult, complex and intractable issues. With DFAT, from 2009–2013, he was the Regional Director of the Fiji-based Pacific Leadership Programme. He is an experienced speaker, facilitator and qualified coach. Cameron has a degree in Economics, an MBA and experience of study and presenting on numerous short courses, including post-graduate studies in leadership and international development at Harvard Kennedy School, the Open University, Sussex University, the World Bank, the University of Southern California, Kansas Leadership Centre and the University of Queensland.

Colette Brown – Manager, Pacific Fisheries Leadership Programme

Colette is the Programme Manager for the Pacific Fisheries Leadership Programme funded by New Zealand (MFAT), under the Fisheries, Aquaculture and Marine Ecosystems (FAME) Division based in the Pacific Community (SPC) Headquarters, Noumea, New Caledonia.

Diego Rodriguez – Instructor, CLA

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Diego has twenty years’ experience in leadership, adult learning, and international development. He specializes in teaching adaptive leadership and adult development and is an associate consultant with CLA Consulting where he consults to public, private, and non-profit organizations in the Pacific and Latin America. Diego has directed and facilitated programmes for senior teams at Australian Aid, the World Health Organization, the Inter-American Development Bank, and the Chilean Ministries of Education and Housing and Urban Development.

He has also worked as a senior facilitator for the Pacific Leadership Programme. Prior to working in the Pacific and Latin America, Diego worked extensively with Outward Bound Canada and Outward Bound Mexico directing leadership programmes for marginalised groups and executive teams. He also worked on numerous community development projects in Argentina and Canada. Diego is currently a professor in the Department of Leadership at Universidad Adolfo Ibañez, Chile, where he teaches courses in adaptive leadership and organisational change.He holds a master’s in Human Development and Psychology from Harvard University and was a Teaching Fellow with professors Ronald Heifetz and Robert Kegan. Diego is a certified Executive Coach with Royal Roads University and the International Coach Federation.

Megan Streeter – Coach (contracted by FFA for PFLP)

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Megan is contracted by the Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA) to assist adapting the design and implementation of leadership and management training and be a coach as part of the PFLP consortium. She enjoys assisting Pacific youth achieve the best of all they can be both personally and professionally. Megan enjoys reading, swimming and exploring a plethora of virtual tools and platforms to learn and stimulate the creative imagination.

Dr Tim Grice – The University of Queensland and Square Circle

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Dr Tim Grice works at the intersection of governance, leadership and policy in Asia Pacific, Africa and Latin America. Tim has led governance, leadership and policy programs for The World Bank, The International Finance Corporation, The United Nations Development Programme, the Natural Resource Governance Institute, Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, Transparency International and Australian The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Tim’s work in the extractives sector focuses on multi-stakeholder governance structures and mechanisms to enhance local agency. For instance, for the Ministry of Mining, Energy and Rural Electrification in Solomon Islands, Tim is helping to establish the Natural Resources Independent Advisory Centre as a statutory body for landowners and communities impacted by extraction. For Papua New Guinea Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, Tim is leading a review of subnational payment flows and piloting multi-stakeholder subnational governance structures at the provincial and local levels. Tim’s work with leaders in the public sector focuses on inclusive and adaptive approaches to strategic leadership. Working across the private sector, public sector and civil society, Tim has also led programs in community health, education, law and justice, financial inclusion, small and medium enterprise development, institutional strengthening and infrastructure development.

Dr Grice holds a PhD in Organisational Psychology from The University of Queensland, is the Founding Director of Square Circle Global Development, a member of Transparency International PNG, and is an Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the School of Political Science and International Studies. Tim lived and worked in PNG for six years and plays the charango from time-to-time.

Greg Latemore

Greg LatemoreGreg was awarded a PhD in December 2020 by the University of Notre Dame Australia. His thesis topic was: “From valuable resource to valued person: Ontologies of human resource management”. He was a management consultant with the Australian Institute of Management and Price Waterhouse Coopers before starting his own business in 1992. His clients have been throughout Australia, Papua New Guinea, and New Zealand in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. He specialises in team-building, leadership development, executive coaching, and special investigations into misconduct, such as bullying and sexual harassment.

Dr Greg Latemore is an Industry Fellow with UQ Business School where he has lectured since 1998. Greg’s post-graduate lecturing has included subjects on strategic management, human resource management, performance leadership, and organisational behaviour. He has also co-presented many tailored leadership programs with Professor Victor Callan such as for Suncorp, Xstrata Zinc, Qantas, Brisbane City Council, Thiess, and IP Australia.

Dr, Kamil Shah, Founding Director, Square Circle

Kamil ShahDr Kamil Shah is a lecturer, researcher, advisor and program design and implementation specialist with long experience working collaboratively with academia, public and private sectors across Asia and the Pacific. He holds a PhD in International Relations and a Masters in Peace and Conflict Resolution from the University of Queensland and is a Founding Director of Square Circle, a global development consulting firm located in Brisbane, Australia. Kamil is an expert educator and trainer, with over ten years of experience researching and lecturing in the School of Political Science and International Studies at the University of Queensland. In all of his work, Dr Shah brings deep insight into the challenges, opportunities and imperatives for social inclusion to strengthen corporate culture and organizational effectiveness, and to enhance social impact. He deploys innovative methods to foster development of diverse networks, to build effective and resilient communities of practice, and to instil a culture of dialogue, coaching, and mentoring that is mutually rewarding.