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Speaker

Luke Moss

Ngā Hononga-ā-Kiwa panel session

The University of Waikato has delivered Māori focused initiatives on behalf of the Centres of Asia-Pacific Excellence (CAPEs) since 2018. Ngā Hononga-ā-Kiwa (NHK) is a deliberate ecosystem that brings together students, educators, businesses, Māori and Indigenous communities and thought leaders in Business and Education, where Te Ao Māori and Te Tiriti o Waitangi underpin our approach and inform our delivery.

Ngā Hononga-ā-Kiwa (NHK) references the many connections made through the travels of the legendary voyager and explorer Kiwa through the Pacific. This panel will feature speakers who continue to participate in this ecosystem after their own participation in the flagship Māori Business programme, Te Hononga-ā-Kiwa (THK):

Luke Moss

Luke currently sits as a Trustee on the Maniapoto Māori Trust Board as well as a member of Tūmanako Consultants. Luke also leads Te Āhurutanga Māori Leadership Programme at the University of Waikato, where he also graduated with a Bachelor of Media & Creative Technologies, and a Masters of Māori & Indigenous Studies. Luke was part of the 2019 THK delegation that traveled to Japan.

Luke’s tribal connections are to Ngāti Maniapoto

SPANISH

En la actualidad, Luke forma parte del Consejo de Administración de Maniapoto Māori Trust y es miembro de Tūmanako Consultants. Luke también dirige el Programa de Liderazgo Maorí Te Āhurutanga en la Universidad de Waikato, donde también se graduó con una Licenciatura en Medios y Tecnologías Creativas, y una Maestría en Estudios Maoríes e Indígenas. Luke formó parte de la delegación de THK de 2019 que viajó a Japón. Las conexiones tribales de Luke son con Ngāti Maniapoto.

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