Dr Jenny Lee-Morgan is a teacher, author, researcher, māmā and grandmother with Chinese-Māori whakapapa…
When I first read an online bio for Dr Erica Newman it stated her whakapapa as Māori, and then in brackets, ‘iwi unknown’. It has to be one of the most powerful, yet painful, identifiers I have ever read.
Kyla Campbell-Kamariera is the Waikato Students’ Union President and a member of the University Council. Currently completing her masters degree, focusing on Indigenous leadership, she has a passion for politics, history and wāhinetanga.
Hana Tuwhare is a community activator and speech language therapist. She works alongside whānau, kaiako, iwi, early education centers and organisations to help create rich oral language environments for our pēpi in the first 1000 days.
Hiria Cameron and Kat Poi are sisters. The pair both work in racial equity education, building people’s skill, capacity and knowledge to engage, sustain and deepen conversation about race.