Wayne Mulligan


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.

Robin Brockie


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.

Liana Poutu


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.

Pauline Winter


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.

Shelley Kopu

Deputy Chairperson

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.

Dr Pieter Pike


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 Will Edwards


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.

Hayden Wano


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.

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