Social Equity & Wellbeing Network /Tuia te Oranga
A world based on social equity, justice and wellbeing.
To actively promote and support social equity, justice and wellbeing through collaboration to identify, understand and advocate on issues that impact on the marginalised.
- People first.
- Honesty and integrity.
- Equity and equality
- Good stewardship (kaitiakitaka).
- Collaboration and accountability.
- All our actions and activities will reflect these values.
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SEWN is a member of Community Networks Aotearoa, formerly NZ Council of Social Services
STAFF AND BOARD MEMBERS
SEWN Office Staff
♦ Sharon is our dedicated, experienced Kaituiora, the mainstay and face of SEWN
♦ Carmel (Apiha Kaitautoko) brings great admin and management skills to SEWN from her banking and small business background
♦ Gwen our versatile Volunteer (Tohu Matatau) has been a valued and integral part of the SEWN team for many years
SEWN Board (2017-2018)
♦ Ian Lothian (Chair) As an audit director with Audit NZ, Ian deals with many government agencies and community organisations and brings experience from Boards, Trusts, Councils and governance in small to large organisations.
♦ Allen Gibbs Allen is Manukura (Executive Officer) of Kakakura Health Services in Christchurch as well as a member of the SEWN Board.
♦ Liz Hawes Liz is the Coordinator of the OSCAR Network in Christchurch and brings valuable experience to the Board.
♦ Helen Gatonyi Helen was Manager of the Tenants’ Protection Association in Christchurch for 25 years. She has served on the SEWN Board for many years and is a past Chairperson.
♦ Chris Webber As manager of the PEEEP Trust in Christchurch, Chris brings a non-profit organisational perspective to the Board.
♦ Greg Chilton-Smith (Treasurer) Greg is a Senior Employment Consultant at social enterprise organisation Catapult Employment Services which assists people into employment including those who live with a health issue or disability. His extensive employment background ranges from farming to small business ownership.
We are generously supported by: