Members of the Governance Board provide Te Wāhi Wāhine with guidance, governance, accountability, and support within a collective framework. Members are involved in all aspects of the Centre and provide invaluable knowledge, skills and ideas. The Governance Board is elected at our AGM which is open to all Te Wāhi Wāhine members and held in December every year.
She has worked in academia, the arts, corporate and not-for-profit environments. She is an experienced trainer, knowledge management practitioner, activist and taxi driver of teenagers. Social justice and intersectional feminism are key areas of interest and action.