Ko Orowhana te maunga
Ko Rangiheke te awa
Ko Te Aupouri, Te Rarawa, Ngati Hine me Ngapuhi oku iwi
Ko Manukau te marae
Waimaria has been working with Whare Timatatanga Hou Ora for over 10 years. She has a Bachelor in Social Services and was casework manager for over 5 years before becoming chief executive. Waimaria has a strong background in leading not-for-profit organisations. Her quiet personality leads and inspires exceptional operational performance by leading and building dynamic, high performing teams. Waimaria creates strong networks through her vision and forward thinking which will be particularly valuable as she leads the organisation towards independence.
Glenyce has a whakapapa to Te Aupouri, Te Rarawa, Ngāti Hine and Ngāpuhi. She has a Bachelor of Social Services degree from Whare Wānanga o Raukawa. She has been with Whare Timatatanga Hou Ora since 2008. Her role is to ensure that the organisation meet their obligations for current contracts such as Baseline, Family Centred Services, Emergency Housing and Whānau Protect services.
Child Advocate / Administrator
Grace has been with Whare Timatatanga Hou Ora for four years. She is of Māori descent and has a whakapapa to Ngāpuhi. Grace has an interest in supporting youth and in particular young mothers who come into our service. Her role as the administrator is to field all enquiries into the organisation and to support with financial obligations. Grace is currently completing a diploma in Child Advocacy.
Board of Trustees
Ko Maunga Taniwha te maunga, ko Ngatokimatawhaorua, ko Mahuhu me Kurahaupo nga waka, ko Utakura te awa, Ko Hokianga te moana, ko Te Heuheu ko Mataraua, ko Te Paatu ko Pamapuria nga marae, nga tino rangatira o nga iwi, nga whanau nga hapu ko Ngapuhi nui tonu, ko Ngati Whatua, Te Rarawa, Ngati Kuri, Ngati Kahu, Ngai Takato, me Te Paatu.
Gillian has 6+ years experience in Whare Timatatanga Hou Ora INC (kaitaia Womens Refuge) as past treasurer and current chairperson. She also has 15 years experience as a past chairperson and treasurer in Te Kotoku Ki Te Rangi's board
Ko Rangiputa te maunga
Ko Awaroa te awa
Ko Te Kotahitanga te Marae
Ko Te Rārawa, Te Aupouri ngā iwi
Ko Ngāti Haua te hapu
Winnie has a background in business and staff management. She
is currently employed at Kaitaia hospital and assists iwi from all over
the North Island.
Ko Horouta, ko Te Arawa, ko Tainui ngā waka
Ko Hikurangi, ko Kauae, ko Ngā Pae o Tararua ngā maunga
Ko Porourangi, ko Tamatekapua, ko Tukorehe ngā tāngata
Ko Ngāti Pōrou, ko Te Arawa, ko Tainui ngā iwi
Ko Ngāti Horowai, ko Ngāti Whakaue, ko Ngāti Tukorehe ngā hapū
Ko ahau tēnei e mihi maioha nei ki ngā tini piringa-ā-iwi o Muriwhenua
The skills and competencies Kirimatao brings as an evaluator, researcher and trainer will serve the new direction of the organisation well. Kirimatao has experience in developing women's refuges nationwide, working alongside iwi and mainstream providers. Her passion for building Māori wellbeing and potential will be put to good use as Whare Tīmatatanga Hou Ora moves to another level of operation in the new year.
Greg Woodcock is a Registered Clinical Psychologist with over 16 years clinical experience. He was Constituent Secretary for Onehunga from 1984 - 1991, Onehunga Borough Councillor from 1986 - 1990, a Crown Mediator from 1986 - 1988, the State Service Commission's Senior Advisor to Government from 1988 - 1992, was a Forensic Psychologist/Clinical Psychologist for Mason Clinic from 1992 - 2004, a member of the Legal Aid Review Panel from 2002 - 2008, the Founding Chairperson of Onehunga Youth Trust from 1988 - 2016 and a Trustee from 2016 - present and a member of the board of Te Kotuku Ki Te Rangi Charitable Trust from 2008 - present and its Deputy Chairperson from 2014 - present. Greg has also been involved with the Anglican and Catholic churches.
Ko John McLean tōku ingoa
ko ahau tētahi uri o Te Rārawa
ko ahau kai whare.
It is my honor to be part of this ropu Whare
Timatatanga Hou Ora Inc., and I totally support their kaupapa of
protecting all whānau and children. Tēnā rā koutou katoa.