Governance Bio
Nicholas Maaka
Appoint Professional

Nicholas Maaka

Location
Wellington
Experience
3 Years
Remuneration
Paid or Unpaid Roles
Iwi
Ngāti Kahu ki Whaingaroa   |   Waikato

Interested In:

Organisations

Private company
Listed company
Trust
Charity
Community Group
Government Sector Org
Non Governmental Organisation
Iwi Organisation

Roles

Director
Advisor / Advisory Board
Trustee
Board Member
Committee Member
Company Secretary
“I am an intuitive creative strategic thinker, that brings different layers of strengths of analysis and interpretation from both a governance and operational perspective. These skills have enhanced my commercial awareness to identify issues and solutions in order to provide sound decision making and provide effective leadership when on a board.”
Experience
Memberships

Special Interest Groups

Governance Roles

Trustee

Ngāti Tamaoho Charitable Trust

November 2015 - Present (1 years)

The Ngāti Tamaoho Charitable Trust is the mandated body elected on behalf of the people to settle their historical Treaty grievances with the Crown. Now with a commercial, social, health, and educational arm the Trust is dedicated to providing social, economic, and cultural services to members of Ngāti Tamaoho.

Director

Ngāti Tamaoho Settlement Trust

November 2015 - Present (1 years)

The Ngāti Tamaoho Settlement Trust is the commercial arm responsible for the long-term commercial assets of the iwi within Tāmaki-makau-rau. It administers a 13.1 million fund through a diversified portfolio. The trust is charged with the responsibility to facilitate social, cultural and environmental initiatives that grow the business for future generations.

Chair

Christchurch Polytechnic Students Association - Manaaki Tauira

January 2001 - October 2003 (2 years)

Manaaki Tauira exists to advance the political, social and economic interests of Māori tertiary students within Christchurch Polytechnic Students Association. The role was to advocate for Māori students on issues that were pertinent to ensuring that Māori students would succeed during their time at the Christchurch Polytechnic.

Education

Te Wharehukahuka

Ka Eke Poutama, Executive Governance Programme

2016 - 2016