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Leadership & Community Organizing
In May 2019, I hosted the quarterly meeting of e-Learning practitioners across New Zealand at the Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA Northern). During the 3-part event had a…
In November 2018, I was invited as guest speaker for ARUP’s Foresight, Research & Innovation team in London UK to give them a talk about innovations and trends…
The Inaugural Falling Walls LAB is set to take place in September 2018.
The insights from this project will underpin the emerging Be. Lab – Aotearoa’s first centre of access innovation.
In 2017, I completed the Be.Accesible Leadership Programme.
I was an independent curator for over 200 national events.
I am involved in the development of the MESHED collaborative to support resillient communities in Auckland through neighborhood activations of MakerHood.
In August 2016, I joined Astronomers Without Borders as part of the development of Tactile Education and Tactile Astronomy.
I am part of the New Zealand Hyperloop team. We are developing a proposal to reimagine the movement of matter across the nation.
I am a Mentor for the inaugural cohort of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa’s Te Mahuki program from August to December 2016.
In June 2016, I participated in the Labour Party Future Of Work Commission session on the implications for the ICT sector -and related sectors- in knowledge-intensive manufacturing and services industries.
The Innovation Nation Grand Challenge is an open call for New Zealanders to tackle the most pressing challenges in their communities. It’s goal is to catalyze ideas and innovations into inventions, thus building in-country capabilities, next-generation industries and national resilience.
In November 2015, I participated in the NatureHack hackathon which happened after a successful business introduction to New Zealand of Swedish provider Confetti and Sqore to enable the C Prize UAV competition also in 2015.
I was asked to design, develop and deliver a facilitated all-day workshop to bring together a group of industry, science and academic leaders
I had the opportunity to co-present Network Society on Day Zero of NetHui 2015 on 08 July. This presentation was done in Te Reo Māori and…
A set of simultaneous technologies is growing exponentially, with the common feature of being decentralized, and organized in a network. The Network Society project creates a vision and analytical tools to allow individuals, enterprises and the society at large to deal positively with this unstoppable change.
During August and September 2014, I will be part of the 2014 Mentors for LifeHack LABS in Wellington, New Zealand. Lifehack Labs 2014 is 5 week design-led bootcamp…
In March 2014, I was nominated to #theshouldertap, a movement in New Zealand to create targeted change by activating community leaders, creatives, entrepreneurs, scientists, thinkers and doers from…
In June 2014, I formalized my creative consultancy engagements with the New Zealand-based Live More Awesome Foundation. You can visit their official website right here. What I…
Through the generous support of Dr. Clarence Tan, SU Ambassador for Oceania, we are able to invite for the first time in 2014, New Zealand Residents for the Global Impact Competition of Singularity University.
Competition Deadline is 09 May 2014.
In September 2013 I participated in the TelecomOne Innovation Unconference.
In June 2013, I was invited by IBM to be part of a panel for applications of IBM Watson in Australasia.
Between 2013 & 2014, I worked as a Learning & Design Strategy Consultant for the Culture and Capability Team of ASB in Auckland, New Zealand.
I participated in Autodesk’s IDEAS, an exclusive gathering of thought leaders for the purpose of exploring design—as a systematic approach to problem-solving and innovation, encompassing form, function, and performance—and its impact on corporate and societal success.