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Cyber security CEO

Jack Reis is the CEO of cyber security company Baidam Solutions — By Danika Davis with Jack Reis As a kid, I wanted to be a sports star. I put it down to seeing our First Nations sports stars. I thought, ‘I can do that’ – and I was signed to the Sydney Roosters at age […]

Electrical engineer

Growing up I was always curious about how things worked and how to make things better. This lead me on a pathway towards a career as an electrical engineer — By Sayura Kairbekova I am an electrical engineer in Water Industry at WSP. I work on projects that deliver clean water to our community. I […]

Medical student

Rawiri Manley

Rawiri Manley is working hard towards his goal of qualifying in medicine, and advocating for culturally safe practice in health – By Rawiri Manley with Amokura Panoho Ko Te Arawa rāua ko Tainui ngā waka.Ko Ngōngōtahā, ko Wharepūhunga rātou ko Pukeroa ngā maunga. Ko Utuhina, ko Pūniu rātou ko Mangapū ngā awa.Ko Te Koutu, ko Aotearoa, […]

Nuclear physicist and founder, OpenStar Technologies

Dr Ratu Mataira is on a mission to harness clean energy for the planet  — By Ratu Mataira As a kid, I always wanted to understand the world around me and when I looked around for role models of what that might look like, it seemed mostly like people in white coats in labs doing […]

Medical student

Nikora Wade - Medical Student

Medical student Nikora Wade uses his skills and strengths to give back to community  – By Nikora Wade with Amokura Panoho Ko Te Ramaroa-a-Kupe te maunga — Te Ramaroa-a-Kupe is my mountainKo Whirinaki te awa — Whirinaki is my riverKo Te Hokianganui-a-Kupe te moana — Te Hokianganui-a-Kupe my oceanKo Moria te Marae — Moria is my maraeKo Ngāpuhi te […]

First languages program facilitator

As a First Languages program facilitator Lala Gutchen works to build, understand and archive language – and today, that means utilising technology — By Lala Gutchen with Danika Davis We live in two worlds. Our language is for our world and our cultural practice and tells the rest of the world we were here first. […]