Anne Haira
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Anne Haira

Ministry for The Environment / Manatū mō te Taiao

Deputy secretary, climate policy, and partnerships and customers

  • Joined MfE from the Primary Industry Training Organisation.
  • Focuses on changing mindsets and behaviours through engagement in the public and private sectors, and on growing workforce capability in the primary industries.
  • Previously pioneered Fonterra's Māori strategy and the strategic development of Fonterra's relationships with Māori.
  • Has held policy roles at the Ministry of Economic Development, Te Puni Kōkiri and worked for the Secretariat of the Pacific Community in New Caledonia and the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs in Canada.
  • Of Te Arawa and Ngāti Kahungunu ki Wairarapa descent.

Career

Ministry of Economic Development
Senior Policy Analyst, Resources & Networks Branch
Aug 2003 - Dec 2005
Kensington Swan
Associate, Corporate & Commercial team
Dec 2005 - Dec 2014
Fonterra
Manager, Māori Relations and Agribusiness, Manager, Local Government and Community Relations
Jan 2014 - Feb 2017
Primary ITO
GM Business & Industry Partnerships, GM Māori Business
Feb 2017 - Jun 2019
Ministry for The Environment / Manatū mō te Taiao
Deputy-Secretary Climate Change/Partnerships & Customers, Deputy-Secretary Partnerships and Customers
Jun 2019 - Present

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