Kathleen Ratnasingam is from Kaivukavu Village, Ihu District, Gulf Province and has lived in Port Moresby, National Capital District since her childhood. In 2012, Kathleen was a recipient of the Archer Leadership Scholarship offer by Kokoda Track Foundation. Kathleen received her Bachelor Degree in Education (Secondary) in 2012 at Pacific Adventist University and a Postgraduate Diploma in Education in May, 2014 from the University of Waikato, New Zealand. She is a lecturer and the Business Communication Course Coordinator at the International Training Institute – a private tertiary training institute at the Badili campus, Port Moresby. Her background and focus on community collaboration has led her to a number of volunteer opportunities and community leadership roles. Kathleen is the Founder and Executive Director of the Kathleen Rescue Me Foundation Inc. a non-profit organization recently established in PNG. She has recently begun studying another Postgraduate Diploma in Leadership and Development from Pacific Adventist University. Kathleen’s vision is to “give people hope to realize their full potential”.