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Child Rich Communities Online Kōrero - Enabling Our Young People to Lead

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Enabling Our Young People to Lead

When tamariki or rangatahi are given the space to lead and effect development in their community, positive change can happen, bringing together community while also increasing outcomes for youth and child wellbeing.

Join us for our first online kōrero of 2024! Our online kōrero are not your standard webinar; they enable connection and collaborative learning with people who are working in grass roots child-rich community-led ways, as well as those who are working in the wider child and youth wellbeing space.

Our speakers Mark Bruce-Miller, General Manager at Whenua Iti Outdoors and Natalie McNulty, Rangatahi Recreation Advisor at CLM Community Sport bring a wealth of experience and inspiring stories to share. This kōrero is an opportunity to gain insights, network with like-minded people, and be part of a movement towards a brighter future led by our youth.

Mark Bruce-Miller

In 2013 Mark took on the role as General Manager of Whenua Iti Outdoors, following 13 years teaching and managing tertiary programmes in both Nelson and Wellington. Over the last 9 years he has enjoyed supporting their team to grow and strengthen their connections to youth across the community, region, wider New Zealand and now around the world under the banner of Experiential Education New Zealand. Mark is extremely proud of the work they do, the change they are able to inspire and of the fantastic team he works alongside. He aroha whakatō, he aroha ka puta mai - If kindness is sown, then kindness is what you shall receive.

Natalie McNulty 

Natalie is a seasoned Recreation Advisor with over a decade of experience in marketing, management, and youth advocacy within the non-profit sector. Specialising in empowering young voices, she's adept at creating opportunities for diverse communities. In her role as Rangatahi Recreation Advisor for CLM Community Sport, Natalie collaborates with schools and community organizations to co-design solutions for youth well-being, guided by Ara Taiohi's Mana Taiohi Youth Development Principles. She excels in training staff to engage with at-risk youth, prioritizing their physical and emotional safety. Natalie's dedication to holistic youth development makes her a valuable asset in building resilient communities.

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