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Tumu Whakarae – Chief Executive
Taranaki te mounga
Raukawakawa te moana
Ko Te Ātiawa, ko Taranaki Iwi, ko Ngāti Ruanui, ko Ngā Ruahinerangi ngā iwi
No reira, e te iti, e te rahi, te katoa, tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou katoa.
Prior to joining Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision as Pou Ārahi, Honiana Love was Senior Adviser Māori at Manatū Taonga, Ministry for Culture and Heritage. She has over 25 years of archival experience – including working as an archivist at Archives New Zealand and Te Reo o Taranaki, and as a librarian.
Pou Ārahi – Deputy Chief Executive, Māori
Nō Ngāti Maniapoto me Ngāti Pākehā a Paul Kua roa ia e mahi ana i te ao Māori.
Paul has over 25 years of experience in kaupapa Māori activity. He has researched and published in the areas of tikanga Māori, Māori identity, Māori history, and Treaty claims, with a particular focus on te reo Māori archival sources. Paul has also built up an extensive network across iwi and other Māori organisations.
Pou Hāpai – Deputy Chief Executive Organisational Performance
Jeanette Bullen has been a marketing, communications and brand specialist for over 20 years, leading teams in a range of sectors. She started at Ngā Taonga in 2017 as Marketing and Communications Manager before stepping into the role of Group Manager, Outreach & Engagement in September 2018. She holds a degree in business studies from Massey University, majoring in marketing communications. Jeanette lives on the Kāpiti Coast where she is happily working at doing up her 1950s home.
Pou Waihanga – Strategic Delivery Manager, Ngā Taonga Property Planning
Claire’s achievements as a user and creator of sound and vision archives spans 15 years. She has significant experience championing bicultural practice across the public heritage sector, having held senior roles with Manatū Taonga the Ministry for Culture and Heritage, Te Reo o Taranaki Trust, and Auckland Council. With a background in iwi, hapū and whānau-led archiving, Claire has strong knowledge and experience in kaupapa-centred collection management. As an oral historian and writer, she has recorded and published widely on military and social history.
At Ngā Taonga, Claire is the Strategic Delivery Manager for the Ngā Taonga Property Planning team – Pou Waihanga.
Pou Mahere – Strategic Advisor
Stephanie has over 20 years of experience working across the public sector, including a number of large change programmes. Her previous programme work includes the Christchurch Justice and Emergency Services Precinct Programme, Defence Transformation Programme, National Building Consents System Programme, Housing New Zealand’s Transformation 1 Programme and Modernising Child, and the Youth and Family Programme.
She joined Ngā Taonga in 2019 and established the Digital Transformation Programme to review how our systems contribute to business performance and assess how we can use them to empower and support staff to manage the Archive.
Stephanie holds a master’s degree in Mediaeval History from the University of St. Andrews, Scotland. She has lived in New Zealand for more than 20 years and enjoys the bush walks around the western suburbs.
Pou Tūhono – Group Manager Share and Promote
Kate Button has had over 20 years’ experience working with visual media in a variety of environments; both in the GLAM sector and the commercial world. She is interested in how organisations intersect with their audiences.
Kate started work at Ngā Taonga in 2019 in the Public Programming team. Prior to that she worked at Te Papa in a variety of audience engagement roles. She has a Bachelor of Arts from Victoria University of Wellington Te Herenga Waka majoring in History. She lives in Newtown and juggles family life with renovating their 1906 villa and an interest in art.
Pou Whanake – Group Manager Collection Growth
Kate Roberts comes from the New Zealand museum and library worlds, having trained as a conservator in Canberra in the 1980s and having worked at the Otago Museum, Te Papa, the National Library, Archives NZ, Puke Ariki, the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, Auckland City Libraries, and the Art Gallery of Western Australia.
While in Western Australia from 2014-2019, Kate volunteered at the Kimberley Language Resource Centre, writing their digitisation plan for archived audio recordings made over 40 years of linguistic fieldwork in the language-rich Kimberley.
At Ngā Taonga Kate is Project Executive for the Utaina mass digitisation project and Group Manager for Collections and Preservation teams.