Uluomato'otua (Ulu) Saulaulu Aiono - ONZM BSc, MBA
Mr Aiono founded successful software technologies company COGITA in 1983. In 2011 he became an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to business. He is the Rise up Trust Vice Chairman & Treasurer, Habitat for Humanity Greater Auckland Chairman and Finance Audit and Risk Committee Director, The Cause Collective Chairman, SensorFlo Chairman and Director of ViAGO NZ Ltd.
Reverend Paulo Ieli - Diploma in Theology
Reverend Paulo Ieli currently serves as Parish presbyter for the Auckland Samoan St Johns Methodist Parish Ponsonby. He is also the Auckland Regional Superintendent overseeing the Ponsonby parish along with seven others in the region. Reverend Ieli is a strong advocate for community, he is a committee member of the Pacific Leadership Forum, serves on numerous church boards and committees and has represented the national church on international government official appointments and ecumenical international church conferences.
Luamanu (Lou) Maea Tu’u’u - B.Bus, ACA, ACIS, NCB Accounting & Finance
Mr Maea is an experienced Board Member with a demonstrated history of working across non-profit health and community organisations, most recently with Habitat for Humanity. He is a member of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, highly skilled in financial management and audit, program evaluation, policy writing, systems improvement and more. Mr Maea identifies as New Zealand/Samoan and is a business graduate of Auckland University of Technology.
Dr Sirovai Fuatai - MBChB (Otago), Dip Obs (Auckland), FRNZCGP
Dr Fuatai has been a General Practitioner (GP) for more than 25 years in Counties Manukau and is the Director of Bader Drive Healthcare which has clinics in Mangere and Manurewa. He is also part of a GP collective that has set up new GP services at Cavendish Family Doctors, Cavendish Drive, Manukau.
Dr Pauline Kingi – BA, LLB, LL.M. MInstD, NZIM Fellow
Dr Kingi has worked for many years in the NZ Public Sector including a strategic role spanning 22 years as the Regional Director for the Auckland Regional Office Te Puni Kokiri, the Ministry of Maori Development. She has worked as a Council member of the new Council for NZ Healthcare Standards, at the request of the former Minister of Health, the Right Hon Helen Clarke and has been conferred with an Honorary Doctorate from Auckland University of Technology. Dr Kingi holds many governance leadership roles including; Nga Whare Watea Ltd Chairperson, Whanau Services Ltd, Manukau Urban Maori Authority Co-Chair, Te Whare Wananga o MUMA Director and The Cause Collective Board Member.
Vicki Skyes - CMInstD, MSocP, Grad Dipl NFP Mgmt, LTh, Dip Tchg, BA
Vicki lives in Mangere and has extensive experience as a CEO and in governance across a range of human services and community sector organisations. She has also worked in education and for the Anglican Church. She works currently as a Director, Consultant, and Executive Coach. Her governance roles have included organisations in the community services, retirement, housing, and financial services areas. Currently these include The Public Trust, Anglican Financial Care, Christian KiwiSaver, Anglican Trust Board, and The Butterfly Trust. Vicki brings a particular focus on quality customer service, especially in diverse communities, and a commitment to meeting multiple bottom lines.