Written: 24 July 2020

Meet Samson Moke, our Financial Literacy Facilitator who hails from Notofana Village in Goroka District, Eastern Highlands Province.

Samson has 10 years of experience in facilitating training in Finance, Accounting and Budgeting to learners from Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Kiribati, Samoa, Tonga and Fiji.  In 2016, he received an Outstanding Innovator award in 2016 from the Australia Pacific Technical College for his innovative ideas in creating and contextualizing business skills training resources for learners in the Pacific region.

Samson’s role as a Financial Literacy Facilitator involves providing FREE financial literacy training to Nambawan Super members, with the hope that they can use the training to plan for their retirement.  This includes training to accumulate enough savings through superannuation to buy a house and maintain a desired lifestyle during retirement.

Samson enjoys his current role as he is passionate about helping others attain their financial and retirement goals in life. His professional career in Finance began with roles spanning accounting, budgeting and human resource management, soon after he graduated with a Bachelor of Accounting from the University of Technology in Lae, Papua New Guinea.

Thinking of making better financial decisions to achieve a better quality of life for you and your loved ones?

Sign up for Nambawan Super’s FREE financial literacy training for members: https://www.nambawansuper.com.pg/financial-literacy-training/

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