انظر رابط Vishal is the Program Manager for The Asian Network Inc. (TANI) This is a pan-Asian community organisation whose aim is to ensure that people of Asian background enjoy optimal quality of life and wellbeing in New Zealand. TANI bridges the gap between health service providers and grassroots Asian communities. He is a former member of the National Consumer Representative Network (NCRN) and sits on a number of NGO boards and committees, regionally and nationally. Vishal previously participated as part of a 12 member New Zealand delegation to the Young Core Leaders of Civil Society Development Program. Vishal has been a Health Link North Board member for three years.
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تداول الاسهم الهولندي Ko Maungakiekie te Maunga
Ko Waitemata te Moana
Ko Reweti , Ko Haranui , raua Orakei oku Marae
Ko Ngati Whatua te Iwi,
Ko Te Taou te Hapu
Ko Toku Mama oku Tupuna
ثنائي السير خيار العمل Tracy currently is Māori Health Manager within the WDHB. He has extensive experience across the Health and Disability sector developing, leading and implementing strategy, management of staff and achieving outcomes for both Māori and non-Māori. His experiences includes managing the completion of the Māori Health Needs Assessment (WDHB), completion of a sustainability profile and establishment of ongoing projects with MoU partners Te Kahupokere; integration of service contracts for Māori provider NGOs and overseeing the change management of NASC ensuring a three (3) year extension of contract. Tracy is a past and present Board member of a number of Māori organisations in health and commercial sectors. He has a Bachelor of Business Studies and is a past member of the NZ Institute of Chartered Accountants.
تعلم الفوركس Allison is the Waitemata District Health Board representative on the Health Link North Board. A prominent New Zealand athlete Allison is well known for setting world records and for winning the New York and Boston marathons in 1981. Allison has since enjoyed a successful business career balancing home life as a wife and mother with the demands of her own business ventures. Her special interest and research around healthy lifestyles is recognised in NZ and overseas. Allison’s governance experience includes Board member, Waitemata District Health Board, the Health Sponsorship Council and is currently a Local Board member on the Devonport/Takapuna Local Board.
Maria is serving communities as an executive member of the North Shore Pasifika Forum, a trustee board member to the North Shore Women’s Centre and as a Committee member to the Birkdale and Beach Haven Community Project. She has a passion for Pacific communities assisting their transition after arriving and living in New Zealand. She would like to see the Pasifika communities on the North Shore strengthened and empowered to achieve their aspirations. Maria is currently part of the Auckland DHB and Waitemata DHB Planning, Funding and Outcomes team.
Angela is focused on achievement and success; she has had recent training in various areas including Outward Bound, Project Management and Occupational Health and Safety. Angela works for Geneva North Link Health Care as the Auckland regional manager.
Kirsten joined Health Link North on a part time, six month contract as Community Engagement Officer – Youth 2014/15. Kirsten is studying towards a Masters of Social Work and has previous experience working with marginalised youth and most recently in her role as a Mentoring Programme Coordinator. Kirsten is interested in all aspects of community engagement and is keen to be a strong advocate for the youth voice. She believes that youth need to be empowered and feel accepted in order to engage successfully with health care providers. Kirsten is passionate about collaboration and building positive relationships.
Elizabeth is the Health Promotion Services Manager at Comprehensive Care/Waitemata PHO. Elizabeth is the Comprehensive Care /Waitemata PHO representative on the Health Link North Board. In her previous role Elizabeth was the team leader in the community awareness BowelScreening team (WDHB) and a health promotion officer for BreastScreen. Elizabeth is passionate about the health of the Waitemata population, with an aim in her role to increase effective co-ordination of primary care beyond treatment (the ambulance at the bottom of the cliff) to the involvement of individuals and communities in developing programmes and strategies to improve their health and wellbeing.