Kabini Sanga, PhD., is a Solomon Islands educator and public intellectual. He undertakes research, teaches, supervises students and writes/speaks on subject matters relating to leadership, ethics, development education, policy, indigenous knowledges and intellectual traditions. He holds an Associate Professor position at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. For three decades, he has taught and mentored numerous Pacific Islands emerging leaders in public, private, formal sector, indigenous and civic settings. He remains active in mentoring communities which he has co-founded, including the Leadership Pacific (LP), Fellowship of Faithful Mentors (FFM) and the Solomon Islands Research Mentoring Tok Stori (SIRMT).
We are an international research initiative that explores how leadership, power and political processes drive or block successful development