Ms Stephanie Copus-Campbell

Ms Stephanie Copus-Campbell is the Executive Director of the Harold Mitchell Foundation and Harold Mitchell’s international advisor. From 2009-2011, Ms Copus-Campbell was the head of Australia’s $500 million aid program to Papua New Guinea. She was also posted to Suva, Fiji, as head of Australia’s aid program to Fiji and the Pacific region and has had previous postings to PNG. During her early career with DFAT she worked on the China program and on environment and infrastructure policy. Ms Copus-Campbell holds an MPHIL degree from Cambridge University in international relations and a bachelor’s degree from University of California in political science, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude. She is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Ms Copus-Campbell is a director on several boards, including UNICEF Australia, the Harold Mitchell Foundation Board, the PNG City Pharmacy Group Foundation and the PNG Family and Sexual Violence Case Management Centre. She also serves on advisory boards for the Mitchell Institute for Health and Education Policy and Melbourne University Indigenous Eye Health Advisory Board.