Kerensa Johnston is the CEO of Wakatū Incorporation, which has about 4,000 owners who descend from whānau and hapū of Whakatū, Motueka and Mōhua rohe.
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.
Kristin Ross is an entrepreneur, a producer and a creative. If you have tamariki, you will likely know her best as the founder and creator of the first Māori speaking dolls, and associated cartoon, Pipi Mā.
Tina Ngata has spent her life showing up for justice. Working in advocacy for Indigenous peoples and Papatūānuku, her passion led her to become an active researcher, mahi that works in research while also committing to being an active part of the solution.