Founder | Managing Director | Education Consultant
Mitsuki is originally from Japan. Growing up she participated in short-term study abroad programs in Belgium, Germany, Austria, USA and Australia. When she visited Melbourne at age of 14, she fell in love with the culture and people, and it became her dream to live in Australia when she is older.
In her first year of university in Japan she spent 3 weeks in Singapore. This experience urged her passion to live in Australia further, so she decided to take a break from study and moved to the Sunshine Coast, in South-East Queensland. She worked as a coffee barista to build her English skills, and also studied at TAFE Queensland and the University of the Sunshine Coast as an international student. One year later, she was successful in being appointed a permanent position as an Administration Officer at the University of the Sunshine Coast, where she experienced and excelled in a broad area of Student Administration roles for 7 years.
In 2013, Mitsuki moved to Port Moresby, PNG due to her husband's employment commitments. Living in PNG was another discovery of her passion, which is to help people. She met many Papua New Guineans who needed help with their dreams of studying in Australia, yet there was no reliable service available.
She actively learnt the culture from local Papua New Guineans and enriched her understanding of their nature along with gaining the qualification as a Registered Education Agent.
Mitsuki established PEACS in 2015 to provide high quality and professional services to PNG and other countries in the Pacific Rim. Mitsuki is fluent in Japanese and English, and speaks basic Tok Pisin.
Mitsuki is an eager self-development participant. She has participated in workshops and learnt coaching skills directly from Kurek Ashely and Allan Pease, and she utlises these skill to help her clients to achieve their peak performance. She also teaches English Communication Skills for Non-English speaking background people which has included clients who are spouses of Ambassadors and foreign embassy staff posted to PNG.