Chris Koroheke
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Chris Koroheke

Agresearch / Āta Mātai, Mātai Whetū

Kaiurungi ahuwhenua Māori

  • Background in developing resources through relationship-building for organisations or iwi, in both environmental and commercial areas.
  • Experience with central and local government spans almost 30 years.
  • Of Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Wai, Te Rarawa, Te Aupouri, and Ngāti Tarāwhai descent.


Auckland Regional Council
Senior Policy Analyst Maori
Jan 1996 - Oct 2000
Environment Waikato
Programme Manager, Iwi Relationships
Oct 2000 - Oct 2004
Mighty River Power
Advisor Strategic Relationships
Oct 2004 - Nov 2007
Maniapoto Maori Trust Board
Kaihautu Team Leader
Mar 2013 - Dec 2014
Agresearch / Āta Mātai, Mātai Whetū
Uurungi Maori, Strategy and Engagement Manager Executive Team Member, Portfolio Leader
Feb 2014 - Present

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