Country Focal Points

The WiTL initiative is managed by an international network of high caliber leaders, experts and country representatives across Australasia. This network is overseen by a highly specialized team of individuals committed to increasing gender equity across formal leadership positions throughout the Australian workforce.

Please contact us or the focal point if you would like more information about Women in Transport Leadership Australasia.

ASEAN
Dr. Marie Danielle Guillen

Ateneo de Manila University, PHILIPPINES
mguillen@ateneo.edu

Given her extensive experience in civil society as well as in dealing with local and national governments, Dr Danielle Guillen would provide a strong international development focus and professional practice dimension to the WiTL knowledge network. Dr Guillen is currently lecturing at the Ateneo de Manila University. She is also international adviser to one of the major international non-government organization.
AUSTRALIA
Dr. Derlie Mateo-Babiano

The University of Queensland, AUSTRALIA
derlie@gmail.com

Dr Mateo-Babiano, representing Australia, is a transport planner and planning academic with main area of expertise in sustainable and active transport.Having completed several interdisciplinary, multi-country research activities, her current research thrust is ongender and cycling/bikesharing. She was a visiting professor at the De La Salle University (Philippines).
CAMBODIA
Pharinet Pheng

Department of Public Work and Transport, CAMBODIA
ppharinet@hotmail.com

Ms. Pharinet Pheng is a transportation engineer and will serve as the Cambodia focal point while also serve as a representative from industry/private sector. She will actively contribute to the development of the International Research Group on Gender and Transport.
MALAYSIA
Dr. MasriaBinti Mustafa

Faculty of Civil Engineering
Universiti Teknologi MARA, MALAYSIA
masria@salam.uitm.edu.my

Dr. Masria Mustafa, the Malaysian focal point, is a traffic engineer and is presently a Senior Lecturer at the University of Teknologi in Mara. Her main areas of expertise are: Traffic Modeling, Driver behavior, Intelligent Transport System, Integration of Cartography in Transportation System Analysis. To date, she worked on three different research areas: Simulation and modelling of pedestrian and vehicle traffic, Location Based Services (LBS) and the use of GIS for pedestrian movement pattern and Driver Behavior analysis.
PHILIPPINES – MINDANAO
Dr. Anabel Abuzo

Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering
Xavier University-Ateneo de Cagayan, PHILIPPINES
aabuzo@xu.edu.ph

Dr Anabel Abuzo is Associate Professor and Chair of the Civil Engineering Department, Xavier University-Ateneo de Cagayan. She is Assistant to the Vice President for Administration.
PHILIPPINES – LUZON
Dr. Ma. SheilahGaabucayan-Napalang

National Center for Transportation Studies
University of the Philippines Diliman, PHILIPPINES
sgnapalang@gmail.com

Dr Sheila Napalang is the Director of the University of the Philippines National Center for Transportation Studies (UP-NCTS). She is also an Assistant Professor at the School of Urban and Regional Planning. She will serve as the focal point representing UP-NCTS.
VIETNAM
Dr. Tu Anh Trinh

Urban and Regional Planning Department
Faculty of Civil Engineering, Ton Duc Thang University VIETNAM

trinhtuanh@tdt.edu.vn

Dr Tú Anh Trinh will serve as the Vietnam focal point. She is an urban and transport planner. She is presently the Head of Urban and Regional Planning Department, Ton Duc Thang University. She is also a visiting lecturer in other universities: Hochiminh City Open University, Hochiminh City Economic University and Vietnam Aviation Academy in Vietnam. She is currently working research and projects related to road safety, public and sustainable transportation development and urban planning issues.