Our People

Yvonne Kainuku-Walsh

Registered nurse and special projects lead

Tracie Pile

"Making a difference where it matters most"

Awhimai Reynolds

Passionate champion for Maori women.

Erica Sinclair

Talented Photographer

Joshua Iosefa

Inspiring and exciting minds

Miria Royal

Living, working and playing to the fullest

Read Miriama's Story

Maori fashion star....

Simon Phillips

Modern day - Maori Warrior

Dr Monty Soutar

Historian, Writer, Teacher helping connect our past with the future

Welcome to The Kumara Vine

Welcome to te aka kumara.

The purpose of this site is to celebrate Māori & Pasifika success through the stories of people achieving in their jobs and/or recognised by their communities.  The Kumara Vine also promotes those organisations proactively seeking to employ, contract and support our whanau and pasifika friends.

Please research the site and if interested in progressing your career or marketing your contracting or consulting services join our talent pool JobCafe.

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Looking to attract Māori & Pasifika candidates - we can help.
Are you a Māori or Pasifika business owner we would love to help promote your business.

Find out about our Business Club HERE

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OUR LANGUAGE IS THE HEART OF OUR PEOPLE

Ministry for Pacific Peoples Chief Executive Laulu Mac Leauanae is urging all New Zealanders to get behind Niuean Language Week.


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To view jobs from our partner organisations please visit jobcafe.co.nz

You can also register your profile on JobCafe so that you can be proactively matched to the jobs database by our talent managers working with these organisations.

 

"He aha te kai ō te rangatira? He Kōrero, he kōrero, he kōrero"

 

What is the food of the leader. It is knowledge. It is communication.