Lorraine is the Chief Executive of the Hugh Green Foundation. She is an experienced network leader who has built a strong reputation with public, private and Not for Profit organisations in New Zealand and abroad for effectively delivering large-scale projects from concept to actualisation.
Dr Hana O’Regan is the Tumu Whakarae (Chief Executive Officer) at CORE Education. She has worked in the areas of language revitalisation, identity and cultural development, te reo Māori and education for over 25 years. Hana’s passion for education and community, history and equity has resulted in a career committed to working with organisations, businesses and individuals to support and enhance positive outcomes for learners and whānau.
Liz is the Chief Impact Officer at Selwyn Foundation. She is an experienced leader with a demonstrated history of working in the philanthropy and non-profit industry. Liz is highly skilled in leadership, global and local NGOs, Corporate Social Responsibility and partnerships, and Philanthropy. She is a strong business development professional with tuition from Harvard Business School.
Louise is a social researcher specialising in participatory action research and creative methodologies. She has a PHD in teacher professional learning / development facilitation. Louise also has experience in the tertiary education sector working with teachers and educational leaders to support and grow innovation and equity in their settings.
Jane oversees the overall management of EPIT co-creating people-centric outcomes through relationship development, innovation, digital engagement, and operational excellence. She brings local and international experience from working across industries, as well as in the non-profit and education sectors. Jane has a long history of volunteering in the education space, including Board of Trustee roles.
Nish oversees the EPIT partner community, responsible for the co-working space and online community development, as well as EPIT events. He is a strong advocate for community voice and a budding practitioner in the area of systems change and innovation.
Manu supports the core team, oversees the day-to-day operations of the shared co-working space and manages our events. She holds a double major BA in Māori Development and Events Management. She has personal involvement with local youth groups and mentoring of younger Pasifika working towards their NCEA examinations.