The following are the staff members of our Whakatāne team
Wairere was born and raised with her 9 siblings in Matata and continues to live there with her 3 year old son.
Wairere has been working with Whakatane Youth since 2015 and during this time she has gained her Youth Worker Certificate Level 3 and aims to gain her Level 4 Youth Work Certificate. Wairere has a passion to see the youth in Whakatane grow and achieving their goals to the best of their ability.
Wairere is a YP/YPP Case Manager and supports our young people from the ages of 16 years to 19 years to work towards achieving their financial, educational and personal obligations.
If you would like to contact Wairere please call 0800 GO WERA or email email@example.com
Ngaire is of Te Aupori and Te Ati Awa Descent.
Her family moved to Whakatane 4 years ago in the hope of giving their children a better education and lifestyle.
Her eldest daughter has severe hearing loss, the move to Whakatane was based on meeting her needs.
Ngaire has taught local hip hop classes to youth, taken up a passion of health and fitness while competing annually in a stand up paddle boarding competition, in 2018 winning a prize for most determined paddler.
Ngaire is determined to give the local youth the best support WACT has to offer.
If you would like to contact Ngaire please call 0800 GO WERA or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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