I would like to welcome our newest member, Tuari Potiki, to the Board of the Mental Health and Wellbeing Commission.
Tuari exemplifies leadership and has had a big influence on policy and service development. He continues to work in a place of manaaki and bring a voice of whānau in his work and life, and his lived experience will be an enormous asset to the Board.
I would also like to congratulate Board member Kevin Hague on his appointment as Deputy Chair and Alexander El Amanni for his reappointment to the Board, both for three-year terms.
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