Sunny O. Ngirmang

Sunny O. Ngirmang currently serves as the Director of the Historic Preservation Office for the Bureau of Cultural and Historical Preservation, also known as Palau Historic Preservation Office of the Ministry of Community & Cultural Affairs of the Palau National Government. Her primary goal as Director is to preserve and foster cultural and historical resources for the benefit of all Palauan people. She is tasked with advancing public awareness and education and preserving culture and tradition in the face of the inevitable increasing foreign contact and interaction. Sunny is a member of numerous committees and is proactive in ensuring that social and cultural attributes are in the forefront of Palau’s economical and Sustainable Development Goals.


Other Participants of ELDP Pacific Class of 2019

Crystal Simanu
Francyne Wase-Jacklick
Holden Nena
John Camacho Jr.
Julie K. Sigrah
Patricia Coleman
Roxalyn Kaminanga
Ryan Camacho
Skye Aldan
Travis Carbon
Vallynna Gippin

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