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Ngaroimata Reid

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Ngaroimata is a self-employed Business and Community Development Consultant who has worked with many government and non-government organisations including Whānau, Hapū and Iwi.
 
She has a Master’s Degree in Business Management, and is currently working on her PhD research focused on Indigenous Women’s Leadership at the University of Auckland.
 
In 2011, Ngaroimata was awarded the Dame Mira Szászy Māori Business Leaders Alumni Award for Excellence in Māori Business and Leadership; she is a member of the Australia New Zealand Academy of Management, a Leadership New Zealand Fellow and a member of the International Indigenous Women’s Forum representing the Te Atatu Branch Māori Women’s Welfare League at the United Nations Forum on Indigenous Issues in New York City.
 
Her passion for community and leadership stems from being involved in a number of movements which lead her on to Business Leadership and Māori Business Development.  Her voluntary work for her marae, the Māori Women’s Welfare League and her work in Māori radio keeps her well grounded.
 
Ngaroimata is supported by her immediate and extended Whānau, her friends and colleagues, and her son Phineas Te Amaru Reid.  She enjoys shopping, fitness, sports and marathon running.

 
CONTACT
Phone: 0800 4 603 603 or 09 275 9070
Email: ncreid@clear.net.nz
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Kei a Tatou w Adam Gifford 16/03/1716 Mar 2017 15:54
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Korero Kiriata w Josh Thomson 16/03/1716 Mar 2017 15:21
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Korero Kiriata w Bella Kalolo 16/03/1716 Mar 2017 15:06
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Korero Kiriata w Mary Rinaldi and Sasha Nixon 16/03/1716 Mar 2017 14:42
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09/03/17 Korero Kiriata w Bill Gosden09 Mar 2017 14:45
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09/03/17 Korero Kiriata w Hohepa Waitoa09 Mar 2017 14:36
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09/03/17 Korero Kiriata w Wal Reid and Louisa Tipene Opetaia09 Mar 2017 14:24
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Kei a Tatou w Martyn Bomber Bradley 02/03/1702 Mar 2017 16:03
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Kei a Tatou w Shanan Halbert 02/03/1702 Mar 2017 15:45
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Kei a Tatou w Adam Gifford02 Mar 2017 15:15
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Korero Kiriata w Kieran Foster 02/03/1702 Mar 2017 14:15
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Korero Kiriata w Moana Maniapoto 02/03/1702 Mar 2017 14:03
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Korero Kiriata w Gaylene Preston 02/03/1702 Mar 2017 13:42
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160217 Korero Kiriata w Nigel Vagana16 Feb 2017 16:12
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160217 Korero Kiriata w Kasina Campbell16 Feb 2017 15:54
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