In addition to working in film and television, Pauline is also a Registered Nurse with a Bachelor's Degree from Queensland University of Technology and a Post Graduate in Primary Health Care in Developing Countries from Flinders University.
After working in several clinical settings as an RN in Australia from 2007 to 2014, Pauline embarked on a journey as a volunteer to one of the most remote parts of Mozambique, Africa for 4 months with Water Underground for the first pilot clean water projects. In her role as WASH Field Director and eventually Co-Director of the organization, Pauline developed and implemented a Water, Hygiene and Sanitation (WASH) Training Program with a focus on preventative Health care.
After working in communities in Mozambique for 4 years, in 2019, Pauline met Saran Kaba Jones (a Liberian born clean water activist) and with their combined skillsets, they instantly hit it off and teamed up together with FACE Africa to get more clean water and sanitation to last mile communities in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Pauline now holds the position of Chief Operating Officer at FACE Africa, and oversees International operations and the field programs in Liberia and soon to be Kenya and Sierra Leone.
In addition to work in the WASH sector, Pauline was selected as a Mentor for the Deloitte Women In Africa Program from 2020 to 2021. She continues to look for ways to use multiple platforms to amplify voices and fight for social justice both through her humanitarian aid work and also through the films she is producing and directing.
Pauline recently teamed up with talented You Tuber, Michelle Khare to raise awareness and funds to help end the water crisis. LINK BELOW>>>
To donate supplies or funds to FACE Africa and follow the progress of her work in Sub-Saharan Africa, please visit www.faceafrica.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org . Thank you!
Pauline, Saran, Tracy, John, Jay Jay, Samuel and Saliya. Hope Mission High School, Liberia (2021).