Chief Executive Officer
Natalina is an emerging Solomon Islands leader who over the years focuses on contributing to the positive development outcome of Solomon Islands with a vision of growing a strong economy that will secure and prosper local people and communities.
She is from Western Province.
Natalina started with SICCI in September 2020. She believes that given a fair and enabling environment for business and industries, the private sector will drive the economy and the reputation of Solomon Islands in the region.
Natalina is professionally dedicated to the development of the economy, governance and education with more than five years of experience in program management and seven years of experience in public and policy administration with various Solomon Islands Government departments.
In 2007, prior to joining the Chamber, she worked with the Ministry of Provincial Government, Rural Development and then with National Parliament. In 2015 she was part of the Australian High Commission team to manage and deliver Australia’s support within Solomon Islands health, education and governance sector until her SICCI appointment.
She graduated with a Masters of Public Policy at the Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University in 2014. She had completed her undergraduate degree in Sociology and History/Politics from the University of the South Pacific (USP) in 2005.