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Melanie Taiaroa

Melanie Taiaroa is encouraging kaimahi to contact her if they want to design, review or remove policies at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

Melanie is the Senior Advisor of Policy at the wānanga and has been overseeing the policy portfolio for a total of six years. 

“Policies are a crucial part of our business, as well as processes and procedure,” Melanie of Ngāi Tahu and Ngati Raukawa heritage says.  “It’s my role to provide advice and co-ordinate policy activities at the wānanga.”

If you have any queries about policy, process or procedures, Melanie will welcome a visit, phone call  or an email.

If you  need to find any of our policy documents, they are housed on Te Kete at: http://tekete/DocumentCentre/Pages/PolicyCentre.aspx

If you need to develop, delete or review a policy, process or procedure, all relevant documentation and information is accessible at this link: http://tekete/DocumentCentre/Pages/PolicyChange.aspx 

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