Mrs. Betty-Mai Sofa

Mrs. Betty- Mai Sofa, Principal Policy Analyst in the Local Government Department holds a Master degree in Community Development awarded by the Murdoch University, Western Australia.

She has accumulated a wide array of skills and knowledge from working as a supply teacher; Provisional Psychologist with children in residential homes and later as a Director and later acting DG for Programme Development.  Betty-Mai is an active volunteer in the Scout Movement and is passionate about gender, women empowerment, early childhood development, and sustainable development. Her profession has drove her to develop various projects relating to local governance; respite services for carers of persons living with an impairment; programme evaluation; asset based community development and outdoor learning in early childhood education.