Sr. Rebecca Kay Thi Oo was appointed the Province Leader of East Asia on 29th December 2020. Her mandate began on 16 January 2021. East Asia Province’s Chapter was held (virtually) on 28th to 30th December 2020.
Rebecca was born on the 17th September 1970. She made her first profession on 19th August 1999 and perpetual profession on 16th August 2008. She obtained a Master’s degree in Theological Studies.
Rebecca has multi-experiences in different ministries of care and support program for people living with HIV/AIDS; Executive Committee member of Myanmar Interfaith Network on HIV/AIDS; Health Access Program in-charge; one-year mission experience in the Spirituality Centre, Angers; a member of the Province Sector Council; and served as the East Asia Province Secretary. She is also involved in formation ministry and has co-facilitated the Chapter of Sri Lanka-Pakistan Province.
She has served in leadership roles as local community leader, director of Good Shepherd Myanmar Foundation, and as the co-ordinator of Talitha Kum-Myanmar.
Click here - Incoming Province Leader and Team
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