Kaihautū (Māori co-leader)
- More than 20 years’ museum-sector experience.
- Leads a world-wide research project to identify and create a global digital database of Taonga Māori and Moriori.
- Involved in repatriation of Māori and Moriori kōiwi tangata (human remains) from museums and universities worldwide.
- Director, mātauranga Māori, 2003-8 and acting kaihautū from 2007-8.
- Curator Māori collections 2000.
- Employed by the National Museum and Australian Museum in 1989 for the Toi Māori exhibition.
- Of Ngāti Kahungunu, Rongowhakaata, Ngāti Porou, and Ngāi Tahu descent.
CareerMuseum of New Zealand / Te Papa Tongarewa
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