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Te Taura Whiri I Te Reo Māori Chief Executive Appointed


TE TAURA WHIRI I TE REO MĀORI CHIEF EXECUTIVE APPOINTED

Commissioner of Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori Dr Wayne Ngata today announced the appointment of Ngāhiwi Apanui to the role of Chief Executive.

“Ngahiwi has experience and awareness of the education, Māori Broadcasting and Government sectors that will be important to advance the Board’s direction and advance te reo Māori” said Dr Ngata.

“Having been the Deputy Director Māori of Ako Aotearoa, The National Centre for Tertiary Teaching Excellence for the past six years his awareness of these two sectors is crucial for the revitalisation and regeneration of te reo Māori. Coupled with his love for te reo Māori and te ao Maori, I am confident that Mr Apanui can achieve the Board’s vision.”

Mr Apanui will begin his role with Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori at the end of August 2015.

BACKGROUND

Name: Ngāhiwi o Kahimia Apanui
Iwi: Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Hine (whānau Henare), Te Whānau a Apanui, Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngai Tūhoe


WORK EXPERIENCE:

• Deputy Director Māori Ako Aotearoa National Centre for Tertiary Teaching Excellence
• Independent Company Director
• Board Member NZ Music Commission
• Chairman, Puatatangi, Toi Māori Aotearoa

ENDS

TE TUMUAKI HOU MŌ TE TAURA WHIRI I TE REO MĀORI

Nō tēnei rā ka pānui te kaikōmihana o Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori a Tākuta Wayne Ngata i te whakatūnga o Ngāhiwi Apanui hei Tumuaki hou.


“He mātau a Ngahiwi ki ngā nekenekehanga o te ahumahi mātauranga, pāpāho Māori, me te Kāwanatanga e whai take nui ai mō te whakatutuki i ngā whāinga a te Poari mō te reo Māori” e ai ki a Tākuta Ngata.


“Nō tana tūnga hei Kaiwhakahaere Māori tuarua o Ako Aotearoa mō te ono tau nei e mātau ana ia ki ēnei ahunga e rua o te mahi whakarauora i te reo Māori. Tae atu ki tana aroha ki te reo Māori me te ao Māori, e whakapono ana au ka tutuki i a Ngāhiwi ngā whāinga a te Poari.”


Ka tīmata a Ngāhiwi Apanui ki tana tūranga hou ki Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori ā te mutunga o Hereturikōkā 2015.

KŌRERO WHAKAMĀRAMA

Ingoa: Ngāhiwi o Kahimia Apanui
Iwi: Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Hine (whānau Henare), Te Whānau a Apanui, Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngai Tūhoe

KO ANA MAHI O MUA:

• Tumuaki Tuarua Māori – Ako Aotearoa
• Kaiwhakahaere Kamupene Motuhake
• Mema Poari Kōmihana Waiata o Aotearoa
• Heamana, Pūātatangi Toi Māori Aotearoa – Ahumahi Kaiwaiata Māori

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