Board

Sally Manuireva
Chair | Tiamana

Sally works with cultural and community organisations on governance, strategy, business planning and customer focus. Having worked at Auckland War Memorial Museum as Director Public Experience from 2011, Sally established her company in 2017 in search of a wider experience of Aotearoa. Prior to that, Sally worked in the museum, gallery and cultural sector in the UK. Sally has qualifications in youth work, history of art design and film, museum management, and, most recently, a master of business administration from the University of Auckland. With a partner from French Polynesia, Sally is passionate about all things Pacific. She is also very committed to contributing to a sustainable, innovative and relevant arts sector. Sally joined Q Theatre as a Board member in 2016 and is also a member of Q Trust Board.

Blair Jagusch 

Board Director | Kaitohu

Senior Executive and Board Director with a demonstrated history of project management specialising in business strategy, stakeholder & partnership management and a strong passion for community engagement. Executive career experience includes strong knowledge in events, arts, culture and hospitality sectors. Skilled in Leadership, Governance, Business Strategy & Management, Stakeholder Management & Project Management. Blair is relationship driven with both a strategic and operational approach..

Ed McKnight
Board Director | Kaitohu

Ed is a spokesperson and champion for New Zealand’s young professionals. He is the former President of the Auckland Young Professionals (AYP) and the Founder of the NZ Young Professionals Podcast. Ed is an active member of the Institute of Directors in NZ, and has previous experience as a director of several not-for-profit organisations. He is typified as a sponsorship specialist, digital strategist and creative problem solver with a track record of delivering financial results. Ed is the Head of Strategy at Hatch, a digital agency located in Auckland, which specialises in web design, digital automation and business intelligence.

Hinurewa te Hau (Hinu)
Board Director | Kaitohu

Hinu is a Cultural Economic Development practitioner whose primary sectors are: Creative industries, SME development and Information Communication Technologies. Hinu’s field is economic development in particular how much culture matters to economic outcomes and the relationship it has with our creative communities. Her vocation for the past decade has been to work collaboratively across the public and private sectors as a conduit for cultural & economic transformation. She is a strategist, advisor, and implementer and has returned to Whangarei as the General Manager for Creative Northland, to live, work and play in a region that is rich in narrative, people and mystery.

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