Dr Anna RollestonChair
Anna is a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Auckland, Principal Clinician/Director of The Cardiac Clinic, and a board member of the Bay of Plenty District Health Board. She specialises in health research (including Kaupapa Maori research); Maori health; community health; corporate health and wellbeing; clinical exercise physiology and stress management; public speaking.
Mana is a certified public accountant with Deloitte Rotorua. He is passionate about Maori business development and growth. His goal is to help Maori entities with strategic advice to achieve their social and cultural objectives for whanau, hapu and iwi through economic success
Erana has been involved with Poutiri Trust since 2007. She is passionate about health, sport and new initiatives that provide more opportunities for our communities. Erana was elected to the Poutiri Trust Board at the 2015 Annual Meeting. Erana enjoys working with like minded agencies and whanau to develop health policies that are responsive and transformative, founded on wellbeing and social justice.
Wiremu is a trustee at Huria Management Trust (part of the Poutiri provider network) as well as a busy business person with his mahi taking him into the fields of learning and development (Brite Spark) teaching advanced reading courses to professionals (and future professionals!) and facilitates an Aspiring Leaders programme. Wiremu is also Managing Director of FitPro Health and Fitness business helping people to make sustainable lifestyle changes using kaupap Maori principles.
Spencer has been practicing as a lawyer for over 17years. He is a founding director of Koning Webster Lawyers (Papamoa) and has been involved in numerous inquiries before the Waitangi Tribunal. He also has extensive experience in Treaty Settlement negotiations as both a lawyer and as an active negotiator. Spencer is a member of Te Hunga Roia Maori O Aotearoa (The Maori Law Society) and currently serves as Co-President.