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NATIVE Minds Presents A Night With Wāhine Superheroes
August 31, 2018 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm NZST$15
Māoriland proudly presents a Native Minds special presentation – A night with Wahine Superheroes.
A special evening for women only – bring your kuia, your mum, your auntie, your daughter, your niece, your best friend for an evening of inspiration.
Enjoy a kai and presentations from three amazing women who are transforming their communities.
From 29-year-old Tech entrepreneur and former professional tennis player Brittany Teei (Ngai Tahu) to the 2018 recipient of the Prime Ministers award Rachel Taulelei (Ngati Raukawa, Ngāti Rarua, and Ngāti Koata) CEO of Kono Group and Intellectual Property “guru” Lynell Tuffery Huria (Ngāti Ruanui, Ngāruahine).
Tickets to this event are $15 and include a buffet meal. Tickets can be purchased at the Māoriland Hub or online at iticket.co.nz
A Women’s Suffrage event marking 125 years since women won the vote.
Brittany Teei of Ngāi Tahu is a former professional tennis player and now the founder of KidsCoin tech-company. Winner of the 2016 Māori Innovation challenge where emerging entrepreneurs were asked to submit their business ideas with a potential to go global, Brittany created KidsCoin – a web based tool to teach kids from 7 year old how to earn, manage and spend imaginary play money. KidsCoin is also now working with adults and about to go global. Brittany will be running a KidsCoin workshop at the Māoriland Hub on Monday 3rd September.
Global trailblazer Rachel Taulelei has whakapapa links to Ōtaki and is the first female CEO of one of the NZ’s largest food and beverage exporters, Kono Owned by Wakatu, Rachel has to present to 4000 shareholders! From becoming a NZ Trade and Enterprise Ambassador in the US to setting up the hugely successful Wellington food company Yellow Brick Road to travelling the world representing Māori kai and beverages – Rachel’s story will inspire and entertain.
Named by New Zealand’s Lawyers magazine as a top “Change Maker of the Year” Lynell Huria was the first Māori patent attorney – female or male. A expert in Intellectual Property rights Lynell champions Māori IP including helping her iwi and the Patea Maori Club protect their song Poi E! Lynell chairs the International Trademark association Indigenous Rights Association.
- August 31, 2018
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm UTC+12
- Event Tags:
- Māoriland Hub, native minds, wāhine toa
- Māoriland Hub