Telusa Tu'i'onetoa

Ms Telusa Tu'i'onetoa

BA (USP), MA (ANU)

Telusa started her PhD candidacy with the Crawford School of Public Policy in March 2019 but later transferred to DPA in March 2020. She graduated from the University of the South Pacific in 1999 with a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Accounting and Management. She also completed a Masters of Public Policy (Development Administration) at ANU in 2006. Telusa has been working for the Australian aid program in Tonga for a total of 16 years in a range of developing programs including education, health, governance, disaster management, gender and disability programs. She also had the opportunity to work for the UN office in Tonga as the response coordinator in the aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Gita in 2018.

HDR Supervisor/s

Rochelle-lee Bailey Gemma Malungahu Kerryn Baker

Thesis Title/Topic

Examining how participation in Australia’s Seasonal Worker Program impacts care arrange-ments in Tongan households

Expertise Area(s)

Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Response
Tonga
Development Policy

Contact Email

telusa.tuionetoa@anu.edu.au