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Subject matter experts and prominent New Zealand leaders share their knowledge and engage with the audience, sparking new ideas and innovation as minds from different backgrounds converge and focus their energy on a salient issue or theme.

Alumni Acknowledgements, December 2016

Adam Bevins; Adam Cooper; Adrian Wimmers; Ainsleigh Cribb-Su’a; Alistair Drake; Andrea McLeod; Andrew Sharp; Angela Bull; Bernie Grant; Beth Houston; Carol Bellette; Chellie Spiller; Chris Morgan; Christian Penny; Claire McQuilken; Claire Richardson; Craig Churchill; Christien Winter; Darren Mason; Darrin Brinsden; Dave Norman; David Hall; David Udy; Di Rump; Eddy Royal; Eli Tagi; Erena Kara; Ewen Anderson; Fenella Gray; Fiona Davies; George Riley; Gillian Dudgeon; Grant Bunting; Grant Palmer; Helen Peters; Hilary Sumpter; Hillary Palmer; Irene Durham; James Hassall; James Wilson; Jamie Munro; Jennie Vickers; Jerome Partington; Josephine Bartley; Julia Hartshorne; Julian Hughes; Kimberly Rees; Lance Kennedy; Lisa Paraku; Manu Sione; Mark Wilkshire; Michael Berry; Michelle Wessing; Minnie Baragwanath; Morehu Wilson; Murray Hickman; Neville Pulman; Nick Astwick; Nick Ruane; Olive Brown;  Pania Schwenke; Penny Fitt; Philip Patston; Quentin McCarthy; Rangimarie Price;  Repeka Lelaulu; Rewi Spraggon; Richard Kibblewhite; Rod Gibson; Ryan Crawford; Selina Tusitala Marsh; Stephen Harris; Stephen Henry; Steve Fergusson; Tara Pradhan; Teresa Tepania –Ashton; Tom Dibley; Wendy McGuinness; Wyndi Tagi

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Sir Paul Reeves Memorial Lecture 2016

This year we were honoured to have Tame Iti join us for the annual Lecture. Tame discussed the concept of mana and how this empowers all people to transcend concepts of authority. He also explored the methods employed by Tuhoe where decisions for the iwi start with the whanau and push their way up. The Lecture was held in the Sir Paul Reeves Building at AUT on 9 November.

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