Te Wānanga o Aotearoa campuses and sites are organised in to three takiwā (districts): Te Kei (southern), Te Waenga (central) and Te Ihu (northern). Each takiwā is led by the Takiwā Director.
Ngāti Pūkenga , Ngāti Maru, Ngāti Kahungunu
Te Hoe Whakatere - Te Waenga Takiwā
Jocelyn ran a whānau-based mussel business in the Coromandel while completing a conjoint LLB/BA at the University of Auckland in the mid-1990s.
After building substantial commercial interests in the aquaculture industry she returned to study to complete an MBA and eventually oversaw hundreds of staff and a multi-million dollar budget as the assistant general manager for Visa Services at Immigration New Zealand.
Jocelyn started work as the Hoe Whakatere - Takiwā Director for Te Waenga Takiwā in June and oversees the sites within the Waikato/Tainui, Waiariki and Tairāwhiti regions.
Te Hoe Whakatere, Te Kei takiwā
Matthew Maynard has worked with the organisation for more than 13 years in operations support, operations management and as a former Kaiwhakahaere-a-Rohe based in Porirua.
He has more than 20 years experience in senior leadership, project management, advisory and operational positions.
Matthew previously worked with the Inland Revenue Department and Work and Income New Zealand’s International Affairs Unit progressing to Project Management, Advisory and Management roles within the National Offices of both departments.