Kaimahi hou: Te Whare Rangahau o Tokomaru
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On Monday 18 September Trustees, kaimahi from Motueka, Whakatū and Wairau and manuhiri welcomed Dr Lorraine Eade and Rowena Cudby into their new roles at Te Whare Rangahau o Tokomaru (Tokomaru Research Centre).
Well known to whānau, Lorr has taken on the leadership role of Pou Rangahau Matua. Her mahi has a goal to increase and protect Ngāti Rārua Mātauranga Māori, and help embed evidence-based research in shaping our future strategic directions.
Rowena will be assisting with a range of projects in her Pou Ruruku Rangahau role, as well as continuing to support our mahi taiao.
They will join Pou Whirinaki Rangahau Thomas Shorrock and researcher Dr Ronnie Cooper.
Our thanks to Te Hauora o Ngāti Rārua staff and manuhiri who came to support this kaupapa.
Kia pai te noho!