Welcome to the United Nations | Department of Economic and Social Affairs

Anju is affiliated with the Secretariat of the Pacific Community (SPC); she is the information specialist/coordinator for Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and Information and Knowledge Management (IKM) activities in SPC-LRD and oversees, and provides an advisory role to the staff and Pacific countries. Anju provides leadership and advice as a trainer on the use of ICT, IKM and e-learning platforms in the Pacific. She holds a Master of Arts degree in Governance and her research thesis was on Internet Governance and Multi-stakeholder participation in the Pacific region. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Information systems and Geographical information systems and is certified in knowledge management and ArcGIS/GIS emergency response. Anju was a tutor for DiploFoundation’s ICT Strategy Course, a research expert and an active member of DiploFoundation’s research and teaching faculty.  


She is an alumni of the IGCBP 2009 and was an ISOC Ambassador to the IGF in 2008 in Hyderabad, India, and a Commonwealth IGF fellow and member of IGF Secretariat team in Sharm El-Sheikh. She was chosen to represent Fiji and the Pacific region to work as a fellow at the UN IGF Secretariat in Geneva, Switzerland. During her tenure at the IGF Secretariat, she was in-charge of maintaining and updating the IGF website and also working with the IGF team to facilitate the Multi-stakeholder meetings. Anju served as a board member of the Pacific Islands Chapter of the Internet Society (PICISOC) and is currently the treasurer and chairwoman of the PICISOC Women and ICT group. She coordinates and develops innovative ideas on ICT and KM for development and advocates on Internet governance issues in the Pacific. She is currently the advice/coordinator for the Youth and ICT in agriculture advisory team that is administered under the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA), Netherlands.