Te Roopu Kaiwhiriwhiri o Aotearoa, NZAC AGM 2022
We will be in the Wellington waterfront's beautiful Wharewaka event centre this year. There is no charge to attend the AGM. The full agenda and Annual Report will be published on the NZAC Website 7 days prior to the AGM. You will be able to download this report.
Dr Karlo Mila is our Keynote speaker.
The Governance and Constitutional working group will present recommendations for organisational change.
The AGM business includes Constitutional Remits, Life Member nomination for John Winslade, and a new Regional Representative Raynor Huia for the Hawkes Bay - Gisborne region.
We will farewell:
Gay Puketapu-Andrews, Te Ahi Kaa
Chris Macfarlane, President
And welcome new our Te Ahi Kaa, Eugene Davis and new President, Sarah Maindonald into these roles on the National Executive.
To register click on the link below and follow the prompts.
Financial Report 2022
Statement of Practice for Counselling in Health Settings
Te Ahi Kaa and President Election results
7am - 8.30am: Branch breakfast for representatives from all the branches. To register for this breakfast for catering purposes please contact Jo at email@example.com
8am - 9am: Registrations
9.30am: Keynote speaker: Dr Karlo Mila
10.30am: Morning Tea
11am: AGM Business
Life Nomination - John Winslade (see information attached below)
12.30 - 1.15pm: Lunch
1.15pm: Updates from National Executive
Te Tiriti o Waitangi Audit update of progress
Governance and Constitution Working Group presentation
1.55 pm: AGM business
Farewell to Alexandra Smith Te Tai Tokerau Regional Representative,
Farewell to Sheryl Smith Hawkes Bay-Gisborne Regional Representative
Welcome to Raynor Huia, the new Hawkes Bay - Gisborne Regional Representative
Farewell to current President, Chris Macfarlane and welcome to new President, Sarah Maindonald
Farewell to current Te Ahi Ka, Gay Puketapu-Andrews and welcome to new Te Ahi Kaa, Eugene Davis
3.30pm: Afternoon Tea
Full Agenda 2022
Dr Karlo Mila - Mana Moana
A.I. Ancestral Intelligence, Quantum Entanglement and Intergenerational Trauma
Dr. Karlo Mila is a poet, writer, academic and mother. Karlo has written two books of poetry, one of which won the 2005 Best First Book of Poetry at the Montana New Zealand literary awards. She has also written a range of academic articles, government reports, as well as social, political and cultural commentary as a former Dominion-Post Op-Ed Columnist. Karlo spent the last five years undertaking postdoctoral research exploring what is healing according to indigenous knowledge from the Pacific Islands of Oceania.
Karlo lives in Auckland with her family. Of Tongan and Pakeha descent, Karlo's PhD thesis explored culture, identity, and wellbeing among the NZ-born Pacific generation. Karlo is a Facebook addict, a regular public speaker and a Leadership NZ Alumna 2013. She is well-known for her loud laugh and slightly inappropriate sense of relentless irreverence.
We are very privileged to have Karlo Mila as our speaker for the 2022 AGM.