Jymal Morgan
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Jymal Morgan

ESR

General manager, Māori impact

  • Works with and alongside Māori organisations to create sustainable futures, mō tātou ā mō ka uri ā muri ake nei, for us and for those who come after.
  • 15 years’ experience in science, research and innovation,
  • Attended executive courses at Sloan Management School, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Stanford Woods institute for the Environment, and has a growing catalogue of governance and advisor roles across the Māori economy.
  • Of Ngāi Tahu and Ngāti Irakehu descent.

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