Rebecca Crosbie is the Managing Director at Credo Global and Director of Human Development. She is known for her work in the field of Human Development, Team Creation and Crisis Intervention. She has been a Human and Community Development Expert working with multi ethnic people group for almost 30 years in the United Kingdom and internationally. Between 1991 and 1999 she engaged in building teams, training and equipping leadership and professionals that included solicitors, scientists, academics, educators and medical practitioners and others who were establishing projects within East Africa. Between 1999 and 2001 she engaged in diverse Human Development initiatives in Mexico and the United States. Over the years, she has developed bespoke training and coaching courses and delivered them throughout the United States of America, Africa, Europe and within the United Kingdom. In 2004 and 2005, she worked closely with the Yemeni and Somali communities facilitating and advising community initiatives and projects in Wales. She has also worked closely with Muslim and Hindu communities in Wales between 2004 and 2006. In 2005, she was the Chair of the Community Development project “Yma i Chi” [Here for you] for the British Broadcasting Commission (BBC) based in Butetown, Cardiff. Between 2005 and 2006, she was called in as a Human Development expert to manage crisis within a sector of the Welsh Parliament sector.

Rebecca is also the founder of Accord, a women’s community with 1400 members and rising from across the world. This community provides daily online empowerment, regional and global conferences, coaching, training and personal development.

Rebecca advocates ethical based human development, community empowerment and authentic leadership architecture.

She is currently on New Sight International’s Executive Management and serves as advisor to Pasifika Nexus. Her work spans several sectors and includes public awareness, capacity building and policy development.

Salanieta Tamanikaiwaimaro is Director of Operations. She is an International Lawyer with diverse experience in many areas of law including commercial law, revenue and taxation law, human rights law, public international law, administration law, labour law, information communication and technologies law, constitutional law, contract law, criminal law etc. Salanieta has also successfully defended clients in high profile cases that have been written about by Australian Prosecutor as he then was Mark Tedeschi QC in articles such as Criminal law and social change in Fiji: lessons from two criminal trials.

Salanieta is a legislative drafter and a public policy specialist and has been retained as an International Expert and trained public policy officials etc by intergovernmental organisations from time to time. She was a former Associate in a busy law firm, was a former regulator for the Securities and Capital markets, formerly managed the Pacific regional treaty depositary within an intergovernmental organization, formerly group regulatory counsel for Telecom Fiji and previously managed the $61million Japan Pacific ICT Centre . Salanieta has previously served as Co-Coordinator of the Internet Governance Caucus (IGC) which is the oldest civil society network predating the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS); a former member of ICANN’s At Large Advisory Committee and previously served on the Multistakeholder Advisory Group (MAG) on Internet Governance which advises the UN Secretary General on matters of Internet Governance. She was also the inaugural Chair of the Fiji Cyber Security Working Group, which was commissioned by Cabinet and appointed by Fiji’s Ministry of Defence and National Security. Salanieta founded Pasifika Nexus, a Fiji based Think Tank in which she built a global brand for eight years before transferring ownership and management.

Her work spans several sectors which includes but is not limited to ICT, Climate Change, Human Rights, Gender etc and includes public awareness, capacity building and policy development. In the earlier stages of her career, she won “Best Criminal Law” Essay with the International Bar Association where she was a Fellow with the IBA for two consecutive years in Singapore. She was also a Fellow with the American Bar Association where she was based in Washington D.C as a US State Department Alumni where she worked under the Rule of Law Initiative. She is passionate about empowering communities and ensuring sustainability through a focused and collaborative approach. She considers herself to be a lifelong learner. 

Naomi Kitcher is a Consultant at Credo Global. She is Director of Impact Consortium and a Congress Liaison Office Coordinator within Europe for Congress WBN, and is known for her work in the field of Global Community Technology where she has led teams in the United Kingdom, Europe and Internationally. She is fluent in content creation, marketing, branding, and technology. She contributes towards incubating businesses, start-ups and support. She has also been engaged in training children, youth and adults in the area of technology and in developing functional teams. Her work spans several sectors and includes public awareness, capacity building and policy development.