Governance Bio
Raniera Kaio
Appoint Professional

Raniera Kaio

Location
Northland
Experience
3 Years
Remuneration
Paid or Unpaid Roles
Iwi
Ngāpuhi ki Whaingaroa   |   Ngāi Tahu / Kāi Tahu

Interested In:

Organisations

Private company
Trust
Incorporated Entity
Charity
Community Group
Government Sector Org
Non Governmental Organisation
Sport & Physical Recreation Orgs
Iwi Organisation

Roles

Director
Chairperson
Advisor / Advisory Board
Trustee
Board Member
Committee Member
“Rāniera is a rising young individual within Māori governance where he comfortably navigates the cultural environments from Marae ātea to the boardroom. Where Rāniera lacks in experience he makes up for in motivation and a principled approach.”
Experience
Memberships

Professional

Special Interest Groups

Governance Roles

Director

NZ China Māori Friendship Charitable Trust

May 2015 - Present (2 years)

Chin-Māo began in 1984 to develop mutually beneficial relationships between Māori and Chinese peoples. It's primary objective now is to utilise the strong, friendship that has been built over the past 28 years, to facilitate educational, cultural and economic developments that will be beneficial to both Chinese and Māori peoples and New Zealand Aotearoa as a whole.

Trustee

Tūhoronuku Independant Mandated Authority

August 2014 - Present (3 years)

The Tūhoronuku IMA is the mandated entity for all Ngāpuhi, no matter where they live. In September 2011, Ngāpuhi voted overwhelmingly (76% of those who voted) to give their mandate to Te Rōpū o Tūhoronuku. On 14 February 2014, the mandate Ngāpuhi gave Tūhoronuku was officially recognised by the Minister of Māori Affairs and the Minister of Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations. The purpose of the Tūhoronuku IMA is to negotiate a settlement of all Te Tiriti o Waitangi grievances and breaches by the Crown against Ngāpuhi. The number of representatives on the Tūhoronuku IMA has increased, with hapū representatives having the majority voice – 15 of the 22 representatives. New elections were held for the 22 Tūhoronuku IMA representatives from March to July 2014.

Education

Waikato University

BA, Māori Development

2006 - 2008