Stephanie Copus-Campbell has worked in the field of philanthropy, aid and international development since 1993. She is currently an Executive Director on the Board of the Oil Search Foundation focusing on health, education and women’s empowerment programs in Papua New Guinea.
Her experience includes Executive Director of the Harold Mitchell Foundation, Principal Executive for International Programs for CARE Australia, lecturer at Deakin University and international humanitarian coordinator for Australian Red Cross, Western Australia. From 2009- 2011, Stephanie was the head of Australia’s $500 million aid program with Papua New Guinea. She was also posted to Suva, Fiji, as head of Australia’s aid program with Fiji and the Pacific region and has had previous postings to PNG. She is currently the Chair of the Southern Highlands Provincial Health Authority Board in PNG and a director on the Boards of the Harold Mitchell Foundation and Femili PNG, and on the Governance Steering Committee for Bel isi PNG, which is a public private partnership to address family and sexual violence.
Stephanie holds an MPHIL degree from Cambridge University in international relations and a Bachelor degree from University of California in political science, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude. Stephanie is married to General Angus Campbell and has two children.