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Kōmiti Whakahaere 2009-2010

INGOA: Victor Manawatu
MAHI: Tumuaki
IWI: Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Kuri
TOHU: BA (History & Māori); Graduate Diploma in Commerce
IMERA

INGOA: Pania Lee
MAHI: Tumuaki Tuarua – Matauranga Māori
IWI: Ngāti Ruanui, Ngāti Porou, Ngāi Tahu
TOHU: BA (Hons) – Māori Studies
IMERA

INGOA: Jamie Winiata
MAHI: Tumuaki Tuarua – Hauora Māori
IWI: Ngāti Raukawa, Ngaruahinerangi
TOHU: BSc
IMERA

INGOA: Mandy Leckie
MAHI: Kaitiaki Putea
IWI: Ngā Puhi
TOHU: BCA (Accounting & Commercial Law)
IMERA

INGOA: Mahina-ā-rangi Baker
MAHI: Kaituhi
IWI: Ngāti Raukawa ki te tonga, Te Ati Awa, Ngāti Toarangatira
TOHU: BSc and BA, studying towards a MEnvStu
IMERA

INGOA: Arama Rata
MAHI: Āpiha – Whai Pūtea
IWI: Taranaki, Ngā Ruahine, Ngāti Maniapoto
TOHU: PhD – Psychology
IMERA

INGOA: Te Rangimārie Williams
MAHI: Āpiha – Hākinakina
IWI: Tūhoe, Taranaki, Te Arawa, Ngāti Hauiti
TOHU: LLM, BA
IMERA

INGOA: Jesse Wimutu Huriwai
MAHI: Āpiha – o te reo Māori me tōna Tikanga
IWI: Waikato, Te Arawa ki Ngāti Pikiao, Tuhoe
TOHU: Tohu Māoritanga
IMERA

INGOA: Mariana Whareaitu
MAHI: Āpiha – Akonga
IWI: Ngaruahine, Ngāti Ruanui, Te Atiawa, Taranaki, Ngāi Tahu
TOHU: BA (Anthropology & Māori Studies)
IMERA

INGOA: Lasharnia Fraser-Johnson
MAHI: Āpiha – Whakangāhau
IWI: Ngāi Tahu
TOHU: BA (Psychology & Māori Studies)
IMERA

INGOA: Taawhana Chadwick
MAHI: Āpiha – Ipurangi
IWI: Kahungunu, Maniapoto, Tūwharetoa
TOHU: BA (Te Reo/Māori Studies) & BSc (Psychology)
IMERA

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