Wayne is a founding partner and the Chief Executive of Fomana Capital Ltd and...
Robin is a retired partner of chartered accountants Staples Rodway Taranaki...
Born and raised in Taranaki, Liana is the current Pouwhakarae (Chair) of Te...
Pauline has a long involvement in national public sector work and...
Shelley is the Employment Law Leader for EY Law in Auckland. In a career that...
Dr Pieter Pike offers a strong record of clinical and health management...
Director and researcher Dr Will Edwards has extensive governance experience in...
Hayden has over 30 years’ health sector experience in mental health, community...
Wayne is a founding partner and the Chief Executive of Fomana Capital Ltd and of NZ Bio Forestry Limited who joined the Tui Ora board in March 2007. He holds a Master of Management from the University of Auckland, specialising in business modelling and systems thinking.
Wayne has managed entrepreneurial start-ups, as well as public and private enterprises, and is a shareholder and director on a number of innovative bio-pharmacy, biochemistry and nutrition companies. He is also involved in several Māori businesses.
Wayne has attended a range of Stanford University executive courses as well as Queenstown Agribusiness summits taught by Harvard University professors.
He is on the steering committee of Te Hono - an alumni group of NZ technology and agri-businesses who work with Stanford University and global innovation companies and institutions.
His involvement in community spans Tāwhiri Limited (responsible for events including NZ Festival of the Arts) WellingtonNZ (regional development/marketing) CreativeHQ (innovation) and attracting global innovators and entrepreneurs to New Zealand via the Edmund Hillary Fellowship.
His iwi affiliations are Taranaki, Te Atiawa, Ngāti Ruanui and Ngāti Maniapoto.
Robin is a retired partner of chartered accountants Staples Rodway Taranaki Limited where he had been a partner for 31 years. During that time, he provided a variety of services to business, as well as the wider Taranaki community.
Robin's community interests have spanned a variety of community-based organisations including education, health and welfare, and visual and performing arts. He currently holds a number of governance roles inside and outside Taranaki and is a member of the Institute of Directors to complement his membership of the Chartered Accountants Institute of Australia and New Zealand.
Throughout his professional career, Robin has had the opportunity of working with a variety of Māori organisations ranging from whānau trusts through to iwi incorporations including those providing health services to the community. It was this experience that attracted Robin to the opportunity of joining the Tui Ora board.
In 2016 Robin was awarded a Queen’s Service Medal for his services to the community.
Born and raised in Taranaki, Liana is the current Pouwhakarae (Chair) of Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust (the post settlement governance entity responsible for managing Te Atiawa’s Treaty Settlement).
Liana was a legal practitioner for a number of years with a strong focus on Treaty of Waitangi, Māori land and Māori governance issues. During this time, she represented several iwi groups across the country.
In recent years Liana has been working with her own people as a Negotiation Manager and General Manager for Taranaki Iwi, Taranaki Maunga Negotiator, Secretariat for the Taranaki Māori Trust Board, Trustee of Te Reo o Taranaki Charitable Trust and member of the Taranaki-Whanganui Conservation Board.
Her most challenging but important role is raising her son Rongomaiira and daughter Te Auripo.
Pauline has a long involvement in national public sector work and the Pacific community.
Chief Executive of the Auckland Kindergarten Association, she has her own consultancy Interpacific Ltd. Prior to this she was Chief Executive of the Ministry for Pacific People (Te Manatu mo Nga Iwi o Te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa). She is a former Deputy Chief Commissioner at the Transport Accident Investigation Commission and provided support to the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the sinking of the Princess Ashika in Tonga.
Pauline has been a commissioner for the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) and is a previous Pacific Business Woman of the Year, awarded a Queen’s Service Order (QSO) in 2008 for her work to business and Pacific communities. She was elected to the Tui Ora board in November 2018.
Pauline’s father is of Samoan descent, so she shares dual cultural heritage. She is currently exploring whānau links to Parihaka in coastal Taranaki.
Shelley is the Employment Law Leader for EY Law in Auckland. In a career that has spanned more than 20 years, she has held senior management positions in large private companies, law and accountancy firms.
She is a trustee of Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust and Youthline and a Director of Paparererangi I Puketapu as well as being a member of the Institute of Directors. In November 2016 Shelley became a Tui Ora director where she is deputy chairperson.
Shelley grew up in Hamilton and Wellington but has whakapapa links to Taranaki and Poneke. Her father is Te Atiawa and from Waitara, and her mother who is Pākehā is from Hāwera.
Dr Pieter Pike offers a strong record of clinical and health management experience, having worked in Australia and New Zealand.
Most recently, he was executive director of medical services at West Morton Hospital and Health Service in Queensland; prior to that, he held other positions in large Australian health providers.
Dr Pike returns to Taranaki where he worked between 1999-2005 in a number of executive clinical roles at Taranaki Health (now the Taranaki District Health Board), Hauora Taranaki PHO and as managing director of Medicross.
His skill mix and knowledge base gives him the ability to deal with a variety of issues facing a challenging industry. He was elected onto the Tui Ora Board in 2018.
Director and researcher Dr Will Edwards has extensive governance experience in the iwi and education sectors, as well as skills in research, analytics and data.
His rural upbringing is complemented by broad academic training in public health, Māori development, Māori language and horticulture.
Now living in South Taranaki, as the immediate past Chair of Te Korowai o Ngāruahine, Will brings strategic Māori community and well-grounded perspective to governance.
He affiliates to the Taranaki, Ngāruahine, Tāngahoe, Pakakohi and Ngāti Ruanui iwi of Taranaki. He is currently director of Taumata Associates. He was elected onto the Tui Ora Board in 2018.
Hayden has over 30 years’ health sector experience in mental health, community and medical services.
Since 1998 he has held the position of CEO with Tui Ora. He is currently chairman of the Initial Mental Health and Wellbeing Commission.
Previous positions held include Interim Chairman National Health Board, Chairmanships of Taranaki District Health Board, Health Sponsorship Council, TSB Community Trust and TSB Group Ltd. He is also a former Director of TSB Bank.
His community involvement spans board memberships of the Wises Group, Taranaki Chamber of Commerce, Taranaki Arts Festival Trust (TAFT), WOMAD NZ, and Te Niho o Te Atiawa Inc.
In 2017 Hayden was awarded the Taranaki Mayoral Award for Business Excellence.
Hayden is of Taranaki, Te Atiawa, and Ngati Awa descent.
Married to Clare, he has three adult children, and four grandchildren.