Katy Te Amo
Head of strategy and insights
- Involved in the Three Waters reform programme since early 2019, initially leading iwi Māori engagement and policy, then adding governance at the Taumata Arowai Establishment Unit.
- In policy roles at Te Puni Kōkiri and spent three years as private secretary to the former Minister of Māori Affairs, Pita Sharples.
- In 2014, was negotiation and settlement manager at the Office for Māori Crown Relations/Te Arawhiti.
- Originally a teacher, then moved to Te Papa Tongarewa in a range of roles using her education training.
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